It was the spring 1999, a Denver suburb. The day, April 20 — Hitler’s birthday. An 18-year-old white nationalist donned a shirt emblazoned “Natural Selection.”
O’Connell and Ruse’s failure to engage deeply and fully with the historiography of this question makes it hard to take their effort seriously.
I have clearly argued in all my works that Hitler was an eclectic thinker who drew on many different intellectual influences — some of them contradictory.