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    Benito Mussolini formed the Fascist Party in March of 1919, and during 1921 the Fascist Party joined Italy’s coalition government. In order to gain a strong political influence, the Fascist Party depended on the mobilization of its supporters. The Fascists were politically contentious in that they sought political overthrow of the current governmental structure. Contentious politics often require mobilization because if the group does not have overwhelming support, it would be difficult to alter…

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    Fascism was founded in Italy by the famous dictator Benito Mussolini. After World War I Italy was angry because despite being on the victorious side they did not benefit from the Treaty of Versailles. Mussolini promised that he would bring Italy glory in the form of a strong government. Instead of bringing a strong government he promised, Mussolini brought a totalitarian form of government. A totalitarian form of government is a government that aims to control the political, economic, social,…

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    Authors, Alan Taylor and Benito Mussolini, both wrote essays regarding the political culture during a specific time period. For instance, Alan Taylor wrote an article of the American nation post-revolutionary time in Ontario, Canada which examined the political institutions and economic policies implemented to avert another Revolution. Likewise, the article written by Benito Mussolini in 1932 defines the political ideology Fascism. The examination of both authors’ articles yields a sense of…

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    Jingoism- Extreme patriotism, especially in the form of aggressive or warlike foreign policy. Although rarely used in our lives, this is the best word to describe Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. Mussolini was willing to do anything for Italy’s growth as a country. For his extreme efforts to build Italy he is falsely remembered as one of the most diabolical dictators, in history responsible for thousands of deaths. He was interested in obtaining power so he could make Italy into a dominant…

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    Benito Mussolini, nicknamed Il Duce was best known as the fascist dictator of Italy after the First World War. Being the prime minister, Mussolini expected to bring his country into excellence and, majeure. However, as history unfolded, it became clear that he had quite a different perception and perspective on how to achieve national greatness , and in his eyes it began with total obedience and devotion to the nation’s leader-himself. Mussolini had many ideologies, and wasn’t afraid to use…

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    Prior to 1938 Fascism had already asserted their power over the citizens of Italy. Just 13 years after Benito Mussolini, Duce of the Fascist regime, announced his intent to rule without Parliament; the Fascist regime had announced their Manifesto on Race which was published in Il Giornale d’Italia on July 14, 1938. Until this point, anti-Semitism was not a staple of the Fascist ideals and very little of a racial inferiority was mentioned towards the Jewish and other foreign nationals located in…

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    nation was in dire need of a strict new political system to gain some respect among other nations, this set the stage for fascist Benito Mussolini to come into military power under the acceptance of King Victor Emmanuel III. Mussolini always had a larger plan than military control, following in the steps of…

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    This inquiry seeks to establish that upon gaining power, Benito Mussolini introduced a Fascist Program. Mussolini’s rise to power marked the introduction of the first fascist program, the Italian Fascisti. A program which would later influence Adolf Hitler and Nazism, as well as Francisco Franco and his Falange Party. However, Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini must be credited with the origins of fascism or fascismo. Though Mussolini defined fascismo as more of a spiritual concept than political,…

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    amongst the most infamous tyrants of the twentieth century, Mussolini left a vital assemblage of works that uncover his move from communist fomenter to originator and pioneer of Italian autocracy. His belief system was firmly checked by a hyperbolic call to activity and an insubordinate tone of disobedience and additionally patriot talk with respect to his confidence in the likelihood of a resurrection of the beliefs of established Rome. Mussolini was conceived in the town of Predappio in…

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    use of propaganda, Mussolini began exerting influence through Italy’s youth. Under his direction, the Fascist Party created the Opera Nazionale Balilla (ONB), which began the indoctrination process in support of the Fascist Party. Young men and women wore uniforms, marched, and participated in common activities to manipulate attitudes while university students were forced to join the Gioventù Universitaria Fascista (GUF) for further training in Fascist Party ideology. Mussolini also adopted…

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