1. Fascism (/ ˈ f æ ʃ ɪ z əm /) is a form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition and strong regimentation of society and of the economy which came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe
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2. Definition of Fascism 1 often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition
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3. Fascism, political ideology and mass movement that dominated many parts of central, southern, and eastern Europe between 1919 and 1945 and that also had adherents in western Europe, the United States, South Africa, Japan, Latin America, and the Middle East.
4. 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. Fascists
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5. Fascism - a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism) ideology, political orientation, political theory - an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
6. Fascism is a system of government led by a dictator who typically rules by forcefully and often violently suppressing opposition and criticism, controlling all industry and commerce, and promoting nationalism and often racism.
7. Fascism refers to a way of organizing society with an emphasis of autocratic government, dictatorial leadership, and the suppression of opposition.
8. Fascism is a brutal economic system in which a supreme leader and their government controls the private entities that own the factors of production.
9. Fascism is a movement that promotes the idea of a forcibly monolithic, regimented nation under the control of an autocratic ruler. The word Fascism comes from fascio, the Italian word for bundle,
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10. Fascism is a complex ideology. There are many definitions of Fascism; some people describe it as a type or set of political actions, a political philosophy or a mass movement
11. Fascism is a far-right political philosophy, or theory of government, that emerged in the early twentieth century
12. Fascism prioritizes the nation over the individual, who exists to serve the nation
13. While fascist movements could be found in almost every country following World War I, Fascism was most successful in Italy and Germany.
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14. Politics (also Fascism) us / ˈfæʃ.ɪ.z ə m / uk / ˈfæʃ.ɪ.z ə m / a political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition …
15. The label “Fascism” is used to describe any movement or political ideology inspired by Benito Mussolini’s Italian Fascism
16. As a rule, Fascism is associated with dictatorship or a strict hierarchical, authoritarian structure where the state gets total control.
17. Similarly, national socialism or, more broadly, Fascism was a totalitarian ideology and political regime that wanted to do away not only with liberalism and democracy but to revolutionize society
18. “Fascism” is a word that gets tossed around pretty loosely these days, usually as an epithet to discredit someone else’s politics
19. Fascism is a form of totalitarianism in that it holds the State to be the highest value, to which all individuals must be completely loyal
20. Fascism first takes root when politicians conjure up a faith in a mythic past — a past supposedly destroyed by liberals, feminists and immigrants
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21. By Sheldon Richman A s an economic system, Fascism is socialism with a capitalist veneer
22. Politics (also Fascism) uk / ˈfæʃ.ɪ.z ə m / us / ˈfæʃ.ɪ.z ə m / a political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition …
23. What is Fascism? Fascism is a governmental system based on authoritarian nationalism
24. Although there is no specific definition of Fascism, its practice typically shares the same principle beliefs of anti-communism, anti-liberalism, and anti-conservatism.
25. Fascism, in today’s context, isn’t mere authoritarianism, but the attempt to suppress all dissent, public or private, in the name of the nation; it is the expression of a regimented society
26. Fascism is a far-right form of government in which most of the country's power is held by one ruler
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27. Under Fascism, the economy and other parts of society are heavily and closely controlled by the government, usually by using a form of authoritarian corporatism.The government uses violence to arrest, kill or
28. Fascism was the name given to the totalitarian, nationalist, militarist and anti-Marxist political and social system and movement that emerged in Italy in the 20th century.
29. Fascism was entertainment built around rallies — e.g., those at Nuremberg — where crowds were played as passive instruments
30. What does Fascism mean? A system of government characterized by rigid one-party dictatorship, forcible suppression of opposition, private econom
31. "In On Fascism, MacWilliams draws upon years of political campaign experience for his insights, further informed by an encyclopedic knowledge of public opinion data and his scholarly interest in and grasp of authoritarianism
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32. Fascism was born in Italy during World War I and came to power with the ex-journalist and war veteran Benito Mussolini in 1922
33. Fascism, is a totalitarian, culturally right, palingenetic ultranationalist, and economically variable, yet usually third-positionist ideology, originating from the teaching of Benito Mussolini and later adapted by various other groups.
34. The name "Fascism" comes from the roman weapon by the name of "fasces", which is a literally a bundle of sticks with an axe head attached.
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35. The Fascism this Time: and the Global Future of Democracy
36. Other formats: Kindle , Audible Audiobook The Anatomy of Fascism.
37. The word Fascism comes from "fasci ," an Italian term for "bundle of sticks" that was a symbol for strength in unity
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38. Fascism desires the State to be strong and organic, based on broad foundations of popular support
39. Fascism is a form of dictatorial power that is ultranationalist in orientation, employs forcible suppression of any opposition, and provides a strong regimentation of society and the economy, particularly through collusion between state and corporate power.
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40. "Fascism" is a word thrown around a lot these days
41. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright warned in 2018 that Fascism around the world now is a bigger threat to peace than at any time since the end of World War II.
42. Fascism vs Socialism Fascism and Socialism are two schools of thought that show some difference between them when it comes to their principles and concepts
43. Fascism is an authoritarian, nationalistic political ideology
44. Fascism (IPA: [ˈfæː.ʃɪ.zm̩]) is a political ideology and mass movement that seeks to place the nation, defined in exclusive biological, cultural, and/or historical terms, above all other sources of loyalty, and to create a mobilized national community.
45. Doctrina Fascismului (The Doctrine of Fascism); Readings on Fascism and National Socialism by Various – Project Gutenberg; Authorized translation of Mussolini's "The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism" (1933) (PDF)
46. Radacinile secrete ale Fascismului, 24 februarie 2010, Revista Magazin "Eternal Fascism: Fourteen Ways of Looking at a Blackshirt" – Umberto Eco's list of
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47. Fascism was first seen in Italy during World War I, later spreading to Germany and other European countries during World War II
48. The Foundations of Fascism The foundation of Fascism is a combination of ultranationalism—an extreme devotion to one’s nation over all others—along with a widely held belief among the people that the nation must
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49. George Orwell, writing in 1944: When we apply the term ‘Fascism’ to Germany or Japan or Mussolini's Italy, we know broadly what we mean
50. The goal — Fascism is based on a friend-enemy distinction, so you're either with them or against them
51. Fascism, is totalitarian, and the Fascist State — a synthesis and a unit inclusive of all values — interprets, develops, and potentates the whole life of a people
52. This video examines Fascism’s defining characteristics
53. Fascism rose most prominently in Italy and Germany between the two world wars
54. An authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization.The term Fascism was first used of the totalitarian right-wing nationalist regime of Mussolini in Italy (1922–43), and the regimes of the Nazis in Germany and Franco in Spain were also Fascist
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55. Fascism tends to include a belief in the supremacy of one national or ethnic group, a contempt for democracy
56. Fascism (/ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition, and strong regimentation of society and of
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57. Fascism is a way of ruling that advocates total control of the people
58. Your parents' rule that you must be home by midnight might seem like Fascism, but Europeans will tell you that it could be a lot worse.