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In the early 1930s, <strong>Nazi jurists</strong>&nbsp;debated how best to create a racist regime. They found inspiration in American law

In the early 1930s, Nazi jurists&amp;nbsp;debated how best to create a racist regime. They found inspiration in American
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In the early 1930s, Nazi jurists debated how best to create a racist regime. They found inspiration in American law

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