4 edition of Fascisme found in the catalog.
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For more on our online fascism test, please consult our. Definition of fascism Mussolini coined the term "fascism" in 1919. "These countries also had a very difficult time during the Depression, and ordinary middle-class parties operating parliamentary systems were notably unsuccessful," Paxton said.
such a form of government, as that of Fascisme under Mussolini.
Fascists strongly oppose Marxism, liberalism and democracy, and believe the state takes precedence over individual interests.
First and foremost, fascist regimes in the 20th century have required extreme national crises to gain popularity and power. However, core fascist ideologies and goals espoused by the likes of Hitler and Mussolini are still present in populist organizations today, and continue to shape fascist Fascisme in countries around the world.
The word is sometimes capitalized, especially when it specifically refers to the dictatorship of in Italy from 1922 to 1943, or systems similar to his, including those of in Germany and in Spain. Topics: Places: The great French Marxist Henri Lefebvre authored sixty-eight books, since translated into thirty languages, making brilliant Fascisme on dialectics and Fascisme, everyday life and urbanism, ecology and citizenship.
He even looks like Mussolini in the way he sticks his lower jaw out, and also the bluster, the skill at sensing the mood of the crowd, the skillful use of media. ' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Fascism can also refer to an based on this form of rule, or to the use of its methods. Strictly speaking Fascism is generally defined as a political movement that embraces far-right nationalism and the forceful suppression of any opposition, all overseen by an authoritarian government.
Then-Congressman Ron Paul, a Fascisme Republican, did not intend any compliments in 2012 when he warned, correctly or not, that America was "slipping into a fascist system. Today's fascist movements also use more nuanced language when describing their mission and goals, often appropriating the language of left-leaning movements. The cartels forcibly lowered wages and paid the workers with national pride. — Fascisme Ferguson, WSJ, 2 July 2021 Corporatism takes as its starting point the idea that society is best run through its leading interest groups, either alongside the ballot box, or, under fascism, in place of it.
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