Welcome to the Thursday edition of The Mark Steyn Show, in which Mark looks at this month's Hitler, last month's Hitler, the constitutionally permitted degree of electoral fraud, and through it all the sound of raucous laughter coming from the Politburo. There's also another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, with an old-school State of the Union, a moonshine shootout, the sound of one hand clapping in Mexico, and a withdrawal from the League of Nations. And we take five with Swedes, Jamaicans and Stevie Wonder.
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