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- He was an early sympathiser with fascism, publishing the pamphlet "What is Fascism?
- Giménez Caballero's fascism was largely derived from the Italian model of fascism whilst also including an international dimension in which he saw fascism as the future of the Latin Roman Catholic world.
- Palingenetic ultranationalism is a concept concerning generic fascism formulated by British political theorist Roger Griffin.
- Despite its international connections, "Je suis partout" did not recommend copying over local origin in establishing a Fascist régime: "We will regard foreign fascism only through French fascism, the only real fascism" (14 April 1939).
- His 1928 article "On Russian Fascism" is about the fascist "method" of dealing with the Bolshevik plague.
- Since definitions of fascism vary, entries in this list may be controversial.
- Junta de la Victoria was an Argentinian social movement that mobilized women against fascism, supporting democracy domestically and abroad.
- Sternhell's identification of Spiritualism with fascism has also given rise to debate, in particular his claim that Emmanuel Mounier's personalism movement "shared ideas and political reflexes with Fascism".
- Clerical fascism (also clero-fascism or clerico-fascism) is an ideology that combines the political and economic doctrines of fascism with clericalism.
- Fascism, a far-right ultra-nationalistic ideology best known for its use by the Italian Fascists and the Nazis, became prominent beginning in the 1910s while organization against fascism began around 1920.
- The term indicated not only the difference between fascism and capitalism, but also between communism and fascism.
- According to fascism and anti-fascism specialist Nigel Copsey of Teesside University, this brought Unite Against Fascism into disrepute as a group unconcerned with Islamic extremism.
- Renton received his PhD from the University of Sheffield for a thesis on fascism and anti-fascism in Britain after the second world war.
- "Fascism in Its Epoch", also known in English as "The Three Faces of Fascism" (...), is a 1963 book by historian and philosopher Ernst Nolte.
- "The Three Faces of Fascism" has been much praised [...] as a seminal contribution to the creation of a theory of generic fascism based on a history of ideas, as opposed to the previous class-based analyses (especially the "Rage of the Lower Middle Class" thesis) that had characterized both Marxist and liberal interpretations of fascism.
- The closest ties of Roman Catholicism to fascism may have come in the "clerical fascism" in wartime Croatia; see Involvement of Croatian Catholic clergy with the Ustasa regime.
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