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a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)

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The academic world, full of professors linked to the Fascist regime, opposed a strenuous resistance to the Jewish professors who were supposed to get back their positions after the war.
Mr Kawczynski then asked Ms Heal to intervene, telling her: "The Member for Walsall, or wherever he is from, stated that Poland was a fascist regime.
The vote in Spain's lower house formally denounces Franco's fascist regime, allows local governments to fund efforts to unearth mass graves from the Civil War, orders the removal of all Franco-era symbols from streets and buildings, and declares "illegitimate" summary military trials that led to the execution of thousands of the general's enemies.
Danny Matthews, spokesman for TCAR, said: "The British Labour Government stands in full complicity with the fascist regime of Turkey.
V is living in a fascist regime so from that point of view what he does, even though he's on a vengeful mission, a personal mission to kill various members of that regime, he's also a liberating figure.
It evokes memories of the fascist regime, characterised by violence towards opponents as well as racial discrimination.
Under the Italian Fascist regime, producers were forced into government-controlled cartels called consortia, through which wages and prices were set.
But what many people don't realise is that Tyneside played a significant part in the downfall of Mosley ( who married Diana Mitford, daughter of Northumberland aristocrat Lord Redesdale ( when the region's people refused to accept his fascist regime.
With the Fascist regime in place, Mussolini's body became a central component of the ruling mystique.
Next up for him, in all likelihood, will be a real-life saga of Jews in Rome during the fascist regime of World War II, a piece of history the filmmaker has become fascinated with.
Indeed, at the end of the novel, after the death of the young man at the hand of Portuguese fascist elements, the protagonist chooses to go into exile in France - although not, however, before having published an accusation of the Portuguese fascist regime in his own newspaper.
From 1930 until the fall of the Fascist regime, he lived in exile in Switzerland, during which time he wrote his first three, and probably greatest, novels: Fontamara (1930; translated as 1934; revised 1958), Bread and Wine, and Il seme sotto la neve (1941; translated as The Seed Beneath the Snow, 1942).
Despite these fascist methods employed by this fascist regime, we will continue to fight this battle and wage our own war for human rights and democracy.
This work takes a close look at the legal and administrative apparatus of the fascist regime in Italy using the specific case of Luigia Barbarovich Paulovich.
He shows how these ideas evolved and were deployed in repressive ways, by institutions such as the Vatican and the fascist regime, and more progressively, by scientists such as Aldo Mieli.