Fascism is essentially characterized by three themes (in various forms and proportions): ethnic particularism (national or racial), combined with some sort of radical economic "third way" opposed to both Marxist socialism and free-market capitalism, and a revolutionary, anti-democratic political program.
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- British Fascist Movements up to 1940 Political careers of British fascists, and their ultimate fates.
- The Fascist Ideology of Star Trek Provocative essay on themes of militarism, collectivism, and atheism in the popular sci-fi series.
- What is Fascism? Some general ideological features outlined by Matthew N. Lyons.
- Neo-fascism An April 1998 editorial from Le Monde on the rise of neo-fascism in France.
- True Fascism From the International Fascist Organization which promotes Mussolini's Fascism while rejecting anti-Semitism and totalitarianism.
- Fascism: The Truth Sympathetic views on the fascist ideology.
- The Pagan Roots Of Fascist Culture Harun Yahya examines the contribution of paganism and Hellenistic philosophy to fascism.
- Fourteen Defining Characteristics Of Fascism An attempt by Dr. Lawrence Britt to extract common characteristics from a number of fascist regimes.
- Mussolini: What is Fascism, 1932 Essay by the Italian dictator.
Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Fascism
Online primary sources for the study of Italo-Iberian fascism.
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