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THE WAVE


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THE WAVE
A thought-provoking dramatization of an actual classroom experiment on individualism vs. conformity in which a high school teacher formed his own "Reich" (called "The Wave") to show why the German people could so willingly embrace Nazism. This unflinching yet sensitive 1981/82 Emmy Award-winner raises critical questions: When does dedication to a group cross the line from loyalty to fanaticism? Does power corrupt? What is the nature of propaganda and mass persuasion? Can something like the Nazi Holocaust happen again? (The paperback novelization is based on the teleplay.) Grades 7–12. Color. 46 minutes. Embassy. Note to customers outside the U.S.: This product is only available in NTSC format.

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