GONZALEZ at blue.usa.com
Mon Oct 23 07:38:35 MDT 1995
Just a thought on the fascism seminar: I think that reading what the
fascist themselves proposed BEFORE achieving power could serve to
understand the origins of their political ideology. Obviously "Mein
Kampf" should be reviewed (and contrasted with Hitler's ACTUAL policies
after 1933); but also Mussolini's writings prior to 1922, as well as Jose
Antonio Primo de Rivera (founder of the Falange party in Spain before the
Civil War) manifesto (I believe it's called the "Twenty-one points").
Other fascist movements/dictatorships (French OAS; Portugal's Salazar,
Argentina's Peron, etc..) may also provide insight to the HOW and WHY
fascism is implemented.
Francisco J. Gonzalez
gonzalez at blue.usa.com
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