>>75>a book that goes into depth on capitalism from this perspective
I hope my response and recommendations don't seem like too much of a non sequitur to you, but since there are not really any works comparable to the Marxist analyses of capitalism, I can really only recommend you books that talk about how fascist economies functioned in practice and what various fascists / third positionists have wrote about capitalism. It's kinda sad that there's not really too much stuff on capitalism by fascists, for fascists. I hope these can at least give you an idea though:>Werner Sombart's The Jews and Modern Capitalismhttps://archive.org/details/thejewsandmoderncapitalism_201907>Adam Tooze's The Wages of Destruction >>6
This is the best choice that you can make in regards to Germany under National Socialism. It doesn't laud it overly, but it's fair in its assessment and free of most moralizing that characterizes most books on fascism. It does buy into the mainstream Holocaust narrative, be warned, but that doesn't totally invalidate the book imo.>Otto Strasser's Germany Tomorrow >>30
For a more socialistic take from a former NSDAP member. This discusses capitalism much more directly in some parts along with a variety of other topics such as a European Federation, deindustrializing Germany and how Hitler's regime needs to be overthrown (was written in 1941 iirc). If you can read German check out Deutschlands Erneuerung
by Otto Strasser. It was a lot more interesting than Germany Tomorrow. You can find high-quality facsimiles on amazon.de. The PDF attached to this post is a shitty translation I did of one of the appendices of that book.https://www.amazon.de/Deutschlands-Erneuerung-Nachwort-Claus-Martin-Wolfschlag/dp/3898467139/>Paul Einzig's Economic Foundations of Fascism
I haven't read this but Cultured Thug (a well-known fascist on Bitchute) always likes to cite this book. Seems pretty short so I'll probably check it out myself too,https://archive.org/details/TheEconomicFoundationsOfFascismByPaulEinzig
Most people will probably tell you that capitalism is one of the driving forces of globalization, mass-immigration and the steady loss of sovereignty by nations as countries become more and more interconnected through trade and entities like the EU. Classes definitely exist, but the (typical) fascist solution is that everyone in the nation should work together for the good of nation rather than for just growing their wealth and exploiting their fellow citizens and discarding them onto the streets as soon as they're not profitable. Other people may be more inclined to say that capitalists are traitors to the nation for what they do and need to be destroyed as class, but that's more of a "nazbol" position. I hope that helps a little bit at least. I can try to help if you need anything else.