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    Fascism

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    Fascism is an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization. Benito Mussolini thought up the term in the 1920’s; he saw the term as a replacement for religion. There have been many governments that have been called fascist such as Germany under Hitler’s rule and others as well through history. Robbie Gennet tells of the fascist country the United States in his article “What Makes People Susceptible to Fascism”. Elizabeth Nichols types an article “America

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    Fascism in Europe

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    Fascism in Europe Fascism is a militant political movement that emphasizes on loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader. Promises to restore economy‚ punish those who created the problems and return national pride!! ▪ Often held mass rallies‚ uniforms and special salutes ▪ Limited personal rights ▪ State was supreme ▪ Conservative‚ right wing party that grows from the middle class Italy- Benito Mussolini Post WWI problems: ▪ Rising inflation (prices) ▪

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    Doctrine of Fascism

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    25 October 2013 Doctrine of Fascism In Benito Mussolini’s‚ Doctrine of Fascism‚ the identity of the recently popular movement is formed into a coherent set of rules and guidelines. The ideals of Fascism are stated upfront‚ and no matter how difficult to understand‚ the contemporary fascist acted in obedience to them. The government of Fascism‚ already in full force‚ needed this document to ensure people understood the severity of the movement. As an Italian‚ Mussolini appealed to his audience

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    The Doctrine of Fascism

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    Doctrine of Fascism Some General Ideological Features "Reactionary concepts plus revolutionary emotion result in Fascist mentality." -Wilhelm Reich Is nationalism inherently evil? Would a one-world government be more preferable? Are appreciating and defending one’s own culture and cultural values somehow primitive instincts that must be overcome by the educational efforts of the enlightened? We have all heard of Fascism‚ but

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    Communism and Fascism

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    Amber Strobbe April 28‚ 2011 Communism/Fascism essay In this essay we are to compare and contrast communism and fascism. The two are alike in some ways but they were never meant to be alike therefore they are very different from each other. Communism is a theoretical economic system of a political movement based on common ownership and the means of production. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were both socialists

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    Fascism and Communism

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    . Fascism and Communism are two different forms of government that were very similar. Fascism is a 20th century form of nationalistic‚ militaristic‚ totalitarian dictatorship that seeks to create a feasible society through strict regimentation of national and individual lives. Communism is type of government in which there is no private property and the government controls the entire economy. Communism tries to satisfy the basic needs of society by sharing work and benefits. Both theories were dictatorships

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    fascism in italy

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    shape of Fascism under the leadership of Benito Mussolini. The world ’fascism’ draws its root from the Roman word ’Fascio’ which means a bundle of rods‚ which was once the emblem of the authority of Roman victors. It emerged as a movement in the post World War I period not only to meet the challenges of the international communist movement but also to tackic the various problems which confronted Italy and which the Italian government was not able to tackle. Cause for the Rise of Fascism. A number

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    Fascism in Europe

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    Fascism Geographic distribution of Fascism Italy Benito Mussolini began as a socialist. He started moving to a more nationalist ideology and in 1922 formed the first fascist regime. 1939‚ teamed up with Hitler. He was killed in 1945. This marked the end of fascism in Italy. Germany The local variety of fascism in Germany is known as National Socialism (nazi). Adolf Hitler won the largest share of the voted in election in 1932 (33% of the vote)‚ so the president of Germany asked him to form

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    Fascism in Venice

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    Ryan Johnson December 13‚ 2012 HIST 3400 Soper Venetian Fascism in the Shadow of Wars The qualities that compose fascism are debatable and endless. What is really important about fascism is how it attempted to succeed by influencing not only Venetian‚ but also Italian culture and society from the beginning of World War I until the end of World War II. Benito Mussolini when speaking on fascism stated that‚ “…For Fascism‚ the growth of empire‚ that is to say the expansion of the nation‚ is

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    Fascism In America

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    rise in America. It is a political platform that is used to promote the ideas of fascism in our country. The recent spike in this party has been the cause of a considerable amount of debate in America. The Nazi ideology was almost non-existent in America prior to World War II. Fourteen years after‚ the American Nazi Party was founded and the rise of neo-Nazism in America began. Starting as just the simple ideas of fascism‚ and then sweeping over most of Europe through the rise of dictators‚ the concept

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