‘Mein Kampf’ a favourite of Guardian readers?

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I was browsing Guardian.co.uk, as one does. There was an interesting article on health inequalities which filled me with all sorts of leftie worries and concerns. But then I nearly choked on my fair trade muesli when I noticed the Guardian Bookshop advert on the side of the screen:

Guardian Bookshop

This week’s bestsellers

  1. Applying to Universityby Anne Coates £7.19
  2. Russian Court at Seaby Frances Welch £11.99
  3. Mein Kampfby Adolf Hitler £8.99
  4. Jolly Phonics Word Bookby Sue Lloyd £1.80
  5. Coaching Pocketbookby Ian Fleming £6.39

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Yes, stuck there between Russian Court at Sea and the Jolly Phonics World Book is a book by a certain A. Hitler. How unexpected! Loonies in the comments of Harry’s Place will of course interpret this as proof that the Hamas-sympathising Guardian is written and read by Joo Haters. I’m sure there must be a more mundane explanation…

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