Jung, Sinndeutung der deutschen Revolution. In an article in the Deutsche Rundschau of June 1932,
'Neubelebung von Weimar?' Jung wrote in the same vein: 'The spiritual and intellectual prerequisites for the German revolution were created by forces beyond National Socialism. National Socialism has so to speak taken over the "popular movement department" in this great collective enterprise. It has built it up in grandiose style and has become a proud power. Not only are we pleased about this; we have contributed our part towards this growth. Through unrecountably detailed efforts, especially among the educated classes, we created the pre-requisites for that day on which the German people gave the National Socialist candidates their vote.'