of his ways and that he is to abandon his anti-Jewish policy before long. Hitlerism is synonymous with anti-Semitism. Hanfstaengl’s remark may also be construed as meaning that anti-Semitism in Germany will end before long with the collapse of Hitlerism.
The Hitlerite propagandist was right when he said that Americans can’t be fooled all the time. They can’t be fooled by Nazi propagandists and Nazi leaders who prate about peace while disseminating bigotry ##d hate at home and abroad. Americans prefer to believe the accounts of happenings in Germany as reported by responsible, authoritative and keen American correspondents stationed in that country.
If Hanfstaengl, on his return home, tells his master that the American people can’t be fooled by his lying propagandists his American visit will have been worth while.
But Hanfstaengl should also realize that the American people can’t be fooled by his own subtle propaganda for Hitlerism in this country.