This section of the forum seems a bit dead. I'll try to start posting here some light articles and opinion pieces on historical subjects. One that found today and seems interesting for the parallels between economic ideologies, and more significantly, actions, 80 years ago and more recently. This one is worth reading (can't say the same of others on the same site...), and it is a short piece. Very interesting how the same arguments, the same kind of interests and the same victims, show up again. I think it was @Cloud_Strife who complained in strong terms of landlords recently. In recent decades the trend across the world has been for public housing investment to be dismantled and rent controls to be ended. This resulted in huge profits for those already wealthy enough to buy up real estate and rent it, with hedge funds jumping in and pushing these polices from the past. Perhaps a comparison with nazis is apt indeed, but with the landlords being the nazi sympathizers and enablers like they were in Italy and Germany... someone has been pushing governments now to do now the same things the fascists did.