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Definitions of fascism


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5.) What were the fundamental features of ?fascism? as it emerged in Italy after WWI, and how was Mussolini able to undermine parliamentary government and gain absolute power? *The Definition of Fascism* - The twentieth century gave rise to several new forms of government. While in Russia, people turned to Communism during and following World War I, in Italy and Germany, people turned to another form of government known as Fascism. - Like the Communists, the Fascists were a misery party (popular during times of widespread suffering or economic depression that left the mainstream parties looking inadequate). Although the Communists and Fascists were sworn enemies, they were actually pretty similar. Or at least that is how it turned out when looking at the Soviet regime.
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