Why aren't Nazi swastikas and Communist hammers and sickles equally offensive? My question is provoked by the fact that I saw a kid wearing a CCCP T-shirt while I was at the gym earlier today. Both regimes brutally killed millions in the service of their hideous ideologies. But it's socially acceptable to sport post-Soviet kitsch, and offensive to wear storm trooper drag. Why?
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