>>392851>but I don't think they cared for the ideology.
Right, thats why ive made this clear at least twice now.
There are 2 sides to the coin of how government structure operates. There is the ideological side, and there is the engineering side that actually has to keep things running correctly.
Nazi Germany did a good job of turning around the economy, getting people on the same page, setting up good infrastructure, training and educating people, ect...
Those kinds of things weren't motivated by ideology, you could plug almost any ideology into the political slot, but the actual functionality of a well organized situation like that is run by folks who could care less about an ideology beyond "eh, thats neat".
Its like, are you a part of the political ideology that happens to run your city right now? Is the school department you work for, no, your concerns are just making sure things run smoothly in your classroom regardless of the ideology in power.
And i dont mean, what you teach, i mean how you teach it. Thats the separation, the nazis may have taught garbage, but they taught it well.
So, what country wouldnt want to emulate the parts that worked but are ideologically neutral?
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