[Marxism] Re: The Anatomy of Fascism

DLVinvest at cs.com DLVinvest at cs.com
Mon May 3 22:44:03 MDT 2004


In a message dated 5/3/04 8:54:36 AM Mountain Daylight Time, 
edgeorge at usuarios.retecal.es writes: 
> if fascism is defined as a 'as a mass-based form of
> militant nationalism, one working in uneasy alliance with the usual
> elites, which pursues policies of internal cleansing and external
> expansion so as to unify and regenerate what it regards as a victimised,
> humiliated nation. It springs from a major crisis of the liberal
> capitalist order, and elevates cultural particularism over democracy,
> individualism and universal rights',

Baathist regimes also spring to mind, but so does Hindu nationalism and 
Peronist Argentina, among others
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