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Define Fascism

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1What Is Fascism In Simple Terms?

noun. Britannica Dictionary definition of FASCISM. [noncount] 1. or Fascism : a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government.

2What Are 3 Basic Features Of Fascism?

Roger Griffin describes fascism as “a genus of political ideology whose mythic core in its various permutations is a palingenetic form of populist ultranationalism.” Griffin describes the ideology as having three core components: “(i) the rebirth myth, (ii) populist ultra-nationalism, and (iii) the myth of decadence.”

3What Is An Example Of Fascism?

Germany (1933–1945)

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The Nazi Party, led by Adolf Hitler, espoused a form of fascism that incorporated fervent antisemitism, anti-communism, scientific racism, and the use of eugenics into its creed.

4What Is The Best Way To Describe Fascism?

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 strongly oppose Marxism, liberalism and democracy, and believe the state takes precedence over individual interests.

5What Are Three Examples Of Fascism?

Examples of fascism include the German Nazi Party, the Italian Fascist Party, as well as the Spanish Nationalists. These movements were led by Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Francisco Franco respectively. Many other fascist movements existed.

6Which One Of The Following Is A Feature Of Fascism?

Common themes among fascist movements include: authoritarianism, nationalism (including racial nationalism), hierarchy and elitism, and militarism. Other aspects of fascism such as its “myth of decadence”, anti-egalitarianism and totalitarianism can be seen to originate from these ideas.