Zurawik: Let's stop the Hitler talk in the media

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Zurawik: Let's stop the Hitler talk in the media

Stop it, please. I can't tell you how tired I am of hearing people in the media who clearly have no understanding of the horrors of the Holocaust talking about Nazis and Hitler these days. There are millions of people still living with hearts and minds heavily scarred by what happened to family members...

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