Benito Mussolini

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    Today Mussolini is remembered as a hated dictator who, along with Hitler and Stalin, ushered in an of totalitarian ¬¬– an ideology, a single party typically led by one man, a terroristic police, a communications monopoly, a weapons monopoly, and a centrally directed economy – repression unsurpassed in human history. He plunged his country into an alliance with Nazi Germany and a disastrous war, leaving it literally in ruins. Yet Italy’s relationship with and feeling towards the dictator were;…

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    people inside its large territory Hideki Tojyo,which was the prime minister of Japan at the time,introduced a system of government called “Militarism”.Adolf Hitler at the time period was one of the representative figure of Militarism as well as Benito Mussolini,Militarism not only support the idea of being an totalitarian country,but…

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    Fascism Vs Capitalism

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    something’s actions or functions; to cause something to act or function in a certain way.” In terms of political ideologies, Fascism and Laissez Faire Capitalism are prime examples of control and freedom. Fascism, an ideology made popular by Benito Mussolini in his essay The Doctrine of Fascism, restricted and subordinated the individual freedoms of countrymen to the betterment of the nation by coercion. On the contrary, Laissez Faire Capitalism granted countrymen…

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    countries’ ineffective leaderships did not provide any help, and the citizens were therefore open to fascism‒‒a radical political ideology that offered drastic change. The development of fascist governments led to the rise of dictators such as Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, and Francisco Franco. These rulers controlled school systems and created youth groups, so that they could mold children into what would fit their political aspirations. Students were taught to have blind faith in their…

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    public-speaking ability was Benito Mussolini. Mussolini could capture an audience by his passionate, theatrical, and strong speeches. He started as a boy from the country with minimal interest in politics and grew in to a prime minister then later became dictator. Mussolini was an example of how big of an impact approval had on a leader’s rise to power. By exemplifying honorable speaking skills, demonstrating ambiguity on his positions, and evolving a new political ideology, Mussolini developed…

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    In his Doctrine of Fascism, Mussolini attempts to justify Fascism as the way to create a better Italian nation. However, this authoritarian democratic government interferes with the freedom of the citizen. For example, fascism describes the control of both material and spiritual aspects, of which is for the better of the nation. But a higher power that controls every aspect of human life tears away any sense of liberty they hope to have. Mussolini affirms that the state is the most important…

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    During the 1930’s the Soviet Union was going through economical and military changes. Civilians were living through some hardships both physically, emotionally and mentally. Many of this could be looked at by how the leadership was dealing with the economy. World War I started before the murder of Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo in 1914 but this is what perpetuated it to start. How did the poor leadership from the government officials weaken the country econom-ically and militarily? The Soviet…

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    Imagery in Mussolini 's speech exhibits Italian might: "It is forty-four million Italians marching in unity behind this army" (Mussolini, 1935, p. 79). A strong military oftentimes follows nationalism because of its ability to dominate others. Furthermore, Hitler (1941) states, "Nothing is impossible for the German soldier"…

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    growing resentment and unhealed wounds from World War One. Dictators took power because of the failure of capitalistic and liberal ideologies. The rise of Communism, fascism and Nazism occurred under the respective leadership of Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler. These individuals had differing approaches to accomplish their goals. But gist of their ideas is similar. Unite the people under a shared disdain for certain individuals and/or ideologies using any means necessary. After…

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    aestheticization of politics under German fascism. To truly understand this ideology, a further plunge into fascism is required. Fascism is an authoritarian system of government and its origination can be traced back to Benito Mussolini, the dictator of Italy during World War I. Mussolini devoted his rule to military potency…

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