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  • Fascism Disadvantages

    of the struggle among the various classes. Furthermore, they advocated the idea that values and ideas played a more significant role than material properties. Even though the ideology of fascism might appear reasonable, the political movement managed to attain its power with only the use of violence and terror of masses and not of individuals. Precisely, Mussolini has also used terrorist assassins as a mean of spreading terror. According to believers of the fascist movement, mass violence translated to domination of the street (Laqueur, 1996). Under Mussolini’s leadership the case had been that women, as well as motherhood, had a completely predetermined role in the society of a fascist Italy. During that period of time, it is evident…

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  • Causes Of Fascism

    Many certain people have risen to power and done evil things. One of the most effective thing is fascism. It has caused evil, hate, anger towards people, but most of all it is "The Legacy of Hate." Fascist people are a group of ideologist people that have been influential in many Countries. Most common Fascism acts have been happening in World War, Germany, and many other countries through out the world. It has been a threat to communist, and caused depression, fear, and war with Countries and…

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  • Fascism In American Democracy

    I thought the articles were interesting when I first read through them. In the article, “What is Fascism,” demonstrated the definition of Fascism through the view point of Mussolini in 1932. He states how Fascism has a spiritual view on life. “Fascism now and always, believes in holiness and in heroism” (Halsall). I thought that was interesting to view Fascism as a spiritual sense because that form of government is a controlling dictatorship. I have never read the words “Fascism” and “holiness”…

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  • Fascism Vs Capitalism

    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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  • Benito Mussolini And Fascism

    Mussolini and his creation of Fascism was the glue that held Italy together. Fascism promised national unity and condemned the Socialist party. To understand how Fascism became powerful within Italy, it is imperative to acknowledge the driving force behind this regime. To put it bluntly, violence played an essential role in the development of the Fascist party. Mussolini’s practice of fierceness was able to create a formidable system of government that did not tolerate weakness. In 1919, Benito…

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  • Fascism Is A Form Of Totalitarianism

    Fascism is a form of totalitarianism that focuses on racism, militarism, nationalism and imperialism. Germany and Japan are two countries who during WW2 personified all of that. One major component of fascism is racism. People in fascist societies are incredibly intolerant towards other races, ethnicities and cultures. They think that the people of their “race” are superior than others. For example, some Japanese people wanted to distance themselves from China, and even gave Chinese people…

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  • Aestheticization Of Politics And Fascism

    Eyeliner, mascara, concealer, and blush are some of the cosmetic tools women use on their faces. The reasons why these instruments are used can range from ego boosting to an attempt of being noticed by certain eyes. The purpose of makeup pertains differently to the individual. Nevertheless an aestheticization element is always present because wanting to be visually pleasing is only human nature. Walter Benjamin noticed an aestheticization of politics under German fascism. To truly understand…

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  • Fascism Communism And Monitarianism

    Fascism is a form of government ruled by a dictator that controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government (Fascism). Fascism can sometimes be confused with communism, but they are different in the sense that fascism is based on the restoring of one’s country and focusing on forming a Utopian society. Hitler is a well-known fascist leader because he was convinced that the disposal of one group of people would cause the renewal of Germany.…

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  • Rise Of Fascism Essay

    Fascism emphasizes the political dictatorship and worship of leaders with extreme nationalist movements and aggressive expansionism. The word “Fascism” is a combination of the Latin word “fasces”, the ancient Roman emblem of power and the Italian word “fascio”, which means a group . It first emerged in Italy right after World War I of 1914-1919. In 1919, the Italian Benito Mussolini established the “Milan Fascio” and transformed it into the Fascist Party in 1921. On October 28-29, 1922,…

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  • Elite Theory Of Fascism

    theories have often been associated with fascism. In particular, elite theorists such as Pareto and Michels had undeniable ties with the Italian Fascist party and the latter even supported Mussolini. One of the strongest arguments for this association is that elite theories are usually deemed to be anti-socialist and anti-democratic. By rejecting both Marxism and the democratic system, elite theories seem to be advocating for new forms of power, which fascism can easily be seen as the…

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