This book, first published in 1973, sets out to clear away many of
the confused ideas and misconceptions concerning the origins and
nature of fascism. The first section deals with the intellectual
origins of fascism and examines the constituent strands and
development of fascist theory, including discussion of such topics
as the myth of race, the idea of the elite and the leader,
nationalism, and the influence of militarism. The book then goes on
to look at fascism in action, particularly in relation to economic
affairs. The author here examines the process by which the fascists
came to power in Germany and Italy, investigating both the
political and social causes. A third section contains discussion of
the nature of more recent regimes in Greece, Latin America and
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