The Importance Of Reading The Wave

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I personally think that The Wave is important to read because it shows how easy it was for Hitler to grab the German's attention and loyalty. In the book, many of the characters in Mr. Ross’s class felt exhilarated after his experiment. They were so attached to The Wave that they wanted to continue on with it. Reading the book has made me realize how the Nazis came to be. The students of Mr. Ross’s class felt like they had a leader because of how abrasive he was. For example, when one of the students didn’t follow one of his directions during the experiment, he would yell, tell them to sit down and try again. Sometimes, he would even slam his hand on the desk. I think everyone should read The Wave. This book has really shown what happened to
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