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to America’s Christian traditions to subvert its capitalist creed. Though he is deposed before he can make his own planned speech to the nation, Clift himself, under the influence of St. Nicholas’s spirit, eventually embraces the Nicholites’ anti-fascist and anti-capitalist beliefs. Publicly, Clift’s cabinet, invoking the Twenty-Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution, claims the President has suffered an emotional breakdown. In fact, Clift has been arrested and dispatched to a psychiatric hospital. In the sequel The Terrible Threes, Clift’s Nazi advisor, Jesse Hatch, becomes the president, and the Christian Evangelical Reverend Jones calls for the military to roundup secular-minded Americans to re-educate them in Christian belief. The first woman chief justice of the Supreme Court is visited by the tormented ghost of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, who in 1837 presided over the Dred Scott case. She saves the republic by ruling against the government’s policies, effectively toppling President Hatch. In the approximate period that Smith and other U.S. writers explored the prospect of a fascist America, in Germany a group of scholars who wou Ѽݸ́ѡɅЁM)ݕɔ9餁͕ѥ5Ёѡ͔ѡɥ́ѡȁ݅ѼѡUѕMхѕ́)Ʌ䁽ՕѥՑ́ɥѕٕȁѡɕ́ݡѽ䁍ɥ͕́ѡ)չѥ ɥѥQ䰁͍ѥ镐TLձɔѡЁѡȁɥ)չȁ9ʹḾͽѕݥѠѡ́ɽ!ɉЁ5ɍ͔ɥ)ɽɕѱ䁥Օѡ9܁1Ёͥѥ́չѕɍձɔ%Ё́ѡ́ՕѡЁѥ)ѡ͔͍́ѼIݡ́ѕɕ٥ͱ䰁QQɥQݽ́ɽ̰ȃqͥϊt)ͥѥ́չѕɍձɅ̸)]ѕɸ5Ё͍́ᅵѡՕѡqձɔ䳊tѕɴ)ɹ!ɭȁQѥѕаݕѥѠ]ѕɸ)ͽ丁%ѕȁȁѡ́Ց䰀Q ձɔ%ѕЁ́5́ѥ)ɹ!ɭȁՅєѡɽՍ́ѡձɔ䰁́)Ʌ՝Ё̀ѕхЁձɔݥѠѡ͍Ёɽѡ9餁ɥ)%ѡ́ɅЁMQյÊé٥ѽ䁅ѕ́ѡɕѥ䁥)ɕ́݅́ɕ͕Ёе]]%$TL̀ѕхЁձɔ Ѽѡ)ɭЁ䰁ѥѥʹɅѡ䁍ɍձѥTL̀)ѕхЁձɔյ́ѡе]]%$Ʉѽ锁ѡͥٔ́Ց)ձѕɅЁM͍̰ݥѠɔQXɥQյѡ́ձѥe)Ёչѕɼ5ɔɕѱ䰁 ձɅMՑ͍́́ٔɅȁɔե(