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

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She said: "The vast amount of people in North Shields and the North East are against fascism, racism and Islamophobia.
Attempts to give fascism a presentist focus range from the serious and scholarly to the crassly opportunistic or abysmally ignorant.
The ECHO spoke to a number of those who were there about why they felt it was so important to make their views known on fascism.
The fact of the matter is that Plaid Cymru had fewer illusions than most in the 1930s about the dangers of fascism and totalitarianism.
Apparently, in modern man's models of statesmanship, fascism might be unavoidable.
Kestel rejects ideological explanations for Doriot's conversion--the idea that it resulted from the gradual realisation of the true nature of communism or from the alleged proximity of communism to fascism.
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) has organised a protest outside the Greek embassy in London.
Conversely, his initial comments on fascism were curiously flat and imitative of the standard left-wing interpretation--that is, fascism was nothing more than the capitalist system in extremis.
I am sorry and upset that now, as an active member of the CP and the progressive peace camp in Israel, I still have to fight fascism.
Chief Supt Alison Rose, Bradford South divisional commander, told people planning to attend today's English Defence League (EDL) and Unite Against Fascism demonstrations in the city that they were not wanted if they intended to cause trouble.
First is the fact that this Argentine historian tackles perhaps the most bounded of all political formations, namely, fascism.
Moves to canonize Pope Pius XII will ensure continued debate on the Vatican's relations with Fascism and Nazism in the World War II era.
Fascism was arguably Europe's most successful political innovation of the 20th century.
Much that is instructive about Goldberg's discussion is that he points out the many ways that German national socialism and Italian fascism under Mussolini featured the same ideas and policies that have been common within a broad swath of social and political movements since, say, the French Revolution.
Today's debate about "combatant" status is a new chapter in a long discourse on the meaning of Fascism in postwar Italy and the public view of the Black Brigades is central to that issue.