The Nature of Fascism

Framsida
Psychology Press, 1993 - 249 sidor
The Nature of Fascism draws on the history of ideas as well as on political, social and psychological theory to produce a synthesis of ideas and approaches that will be invaluable for students.
Roger Griffin locates the driving force of fascism in a distinctive form of utopian myth, that of the regenerated national community, destined to rise up from the ashes of a decadent society. He lays bare the structural affinity that relates fascism not only to Nazism, but to the many failed fascist movements that surfaced in inter-war Europe and elsewhere, and traces the unabated proliferation of virulent (but thus far successfully marginalized) fascist activism since 1945.
 

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A New Ideal Type of Generic Fascism
26
Italian Fascism
56
German Fascism
85
Abortive Fascist Movements in Interwar Europe
116
NonEuropean and Postwar Fascisms
146
The Psychohistorical Bases of Generic Fascism
182
Sociopolitical Determinants of Fascisms Success
208
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