Theory in Depth
Theory in Action
Analysis and Critical Response
Topics for Further Study
Fascism is a twentieth–century political i...
Fascism played a major role in twentieth-century European and world history, especially in its attempt to develop a particular nonliberal and nonhumanistic modern perspective on science and te...
"Fascism" was the ideology of the movement that, under the leadership of Benito Mussolini, seized power in Italy in 1922 and held power until the Allied invasion of Italy in Worl...
During the 1800's Europe had been the cultural, military, political, and the financial center of the world. Political Liberalism and parliamentary institutions was prosperous. After World War I th...
Fascism is a system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a...
Explaining Fascist Success 1919-1922
The Appeal of Fascism
Many Italians regarded the existing system as weak and corrupt:
Ø Fascism promised strong and regimented government.