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Fascist Societies

A fascist society is ruled by a one-patty dictatorship organized by a charismatic leader. The people have practically no voice in governmental affairs and find their satisfaction' if) the "glorious strength of the nation. Military power and conquest were major features of Hitler's Germany and Mussolini's Italy, but Franco's Spain and Peron's without military expansionism: In 1982, a Argentine government invaded Communists and Fascists have each the as the enemy of human freedom. They have each claimed that the only way to stop the wicked deeds of the other was to 'put themselves in power; but they look more and more alike, and some scholars begin to speak of a communist-fascist convergence [Fischer-Calati, 1981]"

Posted on September 4, 2014 in Political Economic Institutions

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