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

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Trade unions, socialist and communist groups - rather than Birmingham gangsters - were likely behind the violence, according to Professor Henry Maitles, author of Blackshirts Across The Border, a history of the British Union Of Fascists in Scotland.
President Trump who has made fascist beliefs vogue again, called for a group of four Democratic Congresswomen of colour to 'go back home' despite the fact that three of them were born in the US while the fourth became a citizen as a child.
During the US presidential election of 2016, opponents began comparing candidate Donald Trump to Benito Mussolini, the fascist dictator of Italy before and during the Second World War.
Multiethnic character and openness are the highest values of Sarajevo, and there is no force or power in the world that can crush this spirit of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said member of the Presidency of BiH, A efik DA3/4aferovic, at yesterday's marking of the City of Sarajevo Day - April 6, the day when the city was freed from the fascist occupation in the Second World War.
Anyone who raises the voice against Modi's fascist regime will be silenced before the next election ~ Today, it is Sanjiv Bhatt's turn.
Nearly 25 years ago, historian Victoria de Grazia offered a preliminary definition of the donna-crisi, which Chang cites in her introduction: "Fascist propaganda manufactured two female images.
Lux describes how he became disillusioned by the left and its reluctance to confront the far right and 'within anarchist circles too, I found myself alone in urging the necessity of street level confrontation with fascists and racists' (Lux, 2006, 29).
Critique: A seminal study of impressively original and comprehensive scholarship, "Shaping the New Man: Youth Training Regimes in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany" is an extraordinary study that is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library 20th Century Political History collections in general, and Fascist/Nazi supplemental studies lists in particular.
"FRANCE'S fascist uprising" screamed the front-page headline of a London newspaper following the National Front's victory in the first round of the regional elections on December 6."Trump is a fascist," asserts the combative neocon commentator Max Boot (adding"And that's not a term I use loosely or often")."We are here faced by fascists," Hilary Benn, the Labour Party's foreign affairs spokesman, declares to the House of Commons, by way of arguing for British intervention in Syria."And what we know about fascists," he went on,"is that they need to be defeated."
The unsuspecting reader of our partisan media will go on being be made to believe that fascists are one or more of the following villains: anti-American jihadists, outspoken opponents of immigration here and in Western Europe, Democratic presidential candidates, Israeli soldiers, homophobic Christians, foreign-policy isolationists, or the nationalist governments of Viktor Orban in Hungary and Vladimir Putin in Russia.
UNLIKE Hitler, the British Union of Fascists did not have an army, navy and airforce ("The Threat We Faced from Fascists", Feedback, January 6).
Fascists normally try to unite their followers by creating a feeling that they and the country are one.
Truth is, the Congress partymen are the real fascists. The retaliation methods that Rajiv Gandhi and his team displayed after his mother was assassinated were just shameful.