The history of fascism in world history

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Labor Day, 1995, fifty years later
Snips from George Seldes' Victory over Fascism (New York, 1943). WWII fight against fascism abroad becomes fight against it at home. Definitions of fascism.
On the Threat of Fascism
By Richard K. Moore. 12 March 1995. Re. corporations seizing world political hegemony.
The slow creep of fascism
Excerpted from Milton Mayer's They Thought They Were Free: The Germans 1939-1945, 28 August 2000. The gradual habituation of the people.
The only difference between Communism and Fascism
By Haines Brown, contribution to a dialog in the alt.politics.communism newsgroup, 18 July 2002. The meanings of the word fascism. Use of Alan Bulloch's list of characteristic traits to evaluate the similarities if any of communism and fascism. A critique of empiricist definitions of fascism.
The Under-Appreciated Merits and Necessity of the F-Word*
By Stephen Gowans, 27 August 2002. The objection to labelling the U.S. as fascism is its absense of a systematic program of ethnic annihilation. However, the U.S. tendency throughout the post-war period to intervene militarily in Third World countries, with enormous loss of life, has been tantamount to a holocaust of the poor. To reduce fascism to the killing of Jews is simplistic. Nationalism as incipient fascism.
Mussolini's Fascism was indeed the regime of virtue!
An exchange in the alt.politis.commmunism newsgroup, 30 August 2002. The argument that fascism supports broadly held social values. A reponse places this observation into an appropriate context.