Which of the following policies is not in the 1920 Nazi platform?
The 1920 platform of the "National-Socialist German Workers' Party" (the English translation of the words that underlie the acronym "Nazi") includes "mother-and-child care," "higher education" funding, stopping "any further immigration of non-Germans," and privileges for "persons of German blood." Just the opposite of lowering taxes on profits, the platform calls for "death" to "profiteers" and "the abolition of all income obtained without labor or effort." Most of the provisions mirror other goals of the American left, like "the nationalization of all enterprises," "prevention of all speculation in land," and censoring publications "which violate the public interest." The few that accord with the goals of the American right have negating caveats like this: "We demand freedom for all religious denominations, provided that they do not endanger the existence of the State or offend the concepts of decency and morality of the Germanic race."