Philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt covered for the New Yorker her view on trial of ex-NaziAdolf Eichmann. Her writing is controversial as describes both Eichmann and the Jewish councils as some of them were betraying their own people during the Second World War. “Banality of evil” is conclusion by Arendt as ordinary people became thoughtlessness during the War and obeyed orders without taking into account the consequences of their actions. Her life lessons would be good examples for modern politicians.
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