fascist


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Related to fascist: Nazism, Marxism, fascism, communism, socialism, World War 1
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an adherent of fascism or other right-wing authoritarian views

relating to or characteristic of fascism

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Italian Architects and Fascist Politics: An Evaluation of the Rationalist's Role in Regime Building.
If Fascist ideology aimed at homogenisation, fascistisation and standardisation of the Italian society establishing one role model for the New Italian Woman, then reading and analysing political caricatures of the emergence of fascism challenges this thought significantly.
In one post, he channeled Benito Mussolini, the World War II-era Italian dictator and founder of that country's National Fascist Party, saying building up the fascist movement in America was "our spirit, our calling.
He argues, quite rightly, that the fascists in both countries were "not merely reactionary" ideologues; but "aimed at creating" nothing less than "a new order and a new civilization" (p.
Summary: Sunderland manager Di Canio dodges fascist question at press conference.
But the controversy over his politics looks set to rumble on after Lazio historian Alfonso Dessi claimed Di Canio had been a true fascist during his time in Rome.
A fascist party or state is ruled by a supreme leader, who exercises dictatorship over the party, the government and all state institutions.
Mussolini's Dream Factory: Film Stardom in Fascist Italy
He also called himself a loyal supporter of Benito Mussolini and Italy's National Fascist Party.
In May, 1934, a fascist meeting was arranged, without Mosley in attendance, at Cowen's monument in Newcastle - erected in honour of the owner of the Evening Chronicle - which had become a regular place for political meetings.
Labour Councillor Josh Jones (Stockland Green) said: "I'm here because I don't believe there should be a platform for fascist and racist organisations.
In the Arab peninsula Italy's strengthening position in the Red Sea and involvement in Yemen, where the Fascist state recruited soldiers, or askari, for the African campaigns, was the cause of much concern.
Once we leave the Ivy Tower, any attempt to demonstrate a continuing fascist threat plummets into the absurd.
One of the biggest threats facing Western society today is the rise of fascist organisations in the UK and abroad on the back of anti-immigrant rhetoric churned out by national parties and their loony, fruitcake, closet-racist copycats.
My fascist grandmother would have loved your books-- she used to sing Mussolini's Giovinezza to the shanty, the lace curtain, and the two-toilet Irish in Queens.