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.
Fascism: The Truth
Sympathetic views on the fascist ideology.
The Fascist Ideology of Star Trek
Provocative essay on themes of militarism, collectivism, and atheism in the popular sci-fi series.
Fourteen Defining Characteristics Of Fascism
An attempt by Dr. Lawrence Britt to extract common characteristics from a number of fascist regimes.
Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Fascism
Online primary sources for the study of Italo-Iberian fascism.
Mussolini: What is Fascism, 1932
Essay by the Italian dictator.
An April 1998 editorial from Le Monde on the rise of neo-fascism in France.
The Pagan Roots Of Fascist Culture
Harun Yahya examines the contribution of paganism and Hellenistic philosophy to fascism.
From the International Fascist Organization which promotes Mussolini's Fascism while rejecting anti-Semitism and totalitarianism.
What is Fascism?
Some general ideological features outlined by Matthew N. Lyons.
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