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

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Recently, Indian Congress MP Mahua Moitra made a speech in Lok Sabha stating that the Indian Constitution was under threat due to growing fascism. She pointed out 7 signs of fascism, including continuing-superficial and xenophobic nationalism, disdain for human rights, subjugation of mass media, obsession with national security and creation of enemies, religion and government intertwined, disdain for intellectuals and arts, erosion of independence of electoral system and related these to the happenings in India.
Prime Minister ViA!kovic added that the Day of the Uprising against Fascism is one of the most important dates in the history of the Serb people.
On the other signs of fascism one has no bone to pick with Moitra.
Perhaps what goes for fascism also goes for neoliberalism: 'fascism not simply had an ideology, it had ideas...fascism endowed itself with a set of practical ideas for practical politics' (p.
There is not one country in Western Europe or North America today that has a government even resembling fascism. Yet that does not stop political agitators from screaming "fascism" at their ideological opponents.
At the end of the satiric advertisement, Shaked goes to spray herself with the "Fascism" perfume saying: "[Fascism] smells like a democracy to me".
Critique: The Coming of the American Behemoth: The Origins of Fascism in the United States, 1920-1940 is an expertly researched analysis with a startling proposal--that even as conventional fascism took hold in Europe during the roaring 20's, the Great Depression, and subsequent recessions, a different but no less insidious form of fascism was taking hold in America.
Dissatisfaction and distress among a lot of people are among the conditions Albright sees as allowing fascism to flourish.
Among the factors and forces she pinpoints as often leading to the rise of fascism are economic hardship (e.g., war, economic depression) and political turmoil/social collapse.
This book is an important addition to the growing body of literature that examines fascism in a transnational context.
The proof of the Armenian government's glorifying of fascism is the erection of a monument to Nzhdeh in Yerevan in 2016.
Fascist Pigs: Technoscientific Organisms and the History of Fascism. Boston: MIT Press, 2016.
It is not democracy producing more democracy, but fascism promoting more fascism.
Gregor, Reflections on Italian Fascism, An Interview with Antonio Messina.