The Universal Aspects of Fascism

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The Universal Aspects of Fascism

By J. S. Barnes
Williams and Norgate, 1927

One of the best general books on Fascism in English. The writer, long resident in Italy, gives an account of the rise of the Fascist movement and the development of Fascist ideas. He sees the experiment as an attempt to reintegrate the national forces and realize a type of industrial Christianity.

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