Fascism, a Reader's Guide: Analyses, Interpretations, Bibliography

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Walter Laqueur
University of California Press, 1978 - Political Science - 478 pages
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User Review  - Nick - Goodreads

Written by several scholars, but more sequential and logical by its very nature than a "reader" text. Discusses some thing which Aristotle Kallis text doesn't deeply, namely, latin american fascism. But its not as rich with ideas. Read full review

Contents

Part
3
Adrian Lyttelton
125
National Socialism Foreign Policy and Wehrmacht
151
National Socialism Continuity and Change
179
Perspectives of Interpretation
211
Bela Vago
229
Fascism and Populism in Latin America
255
Fascism in Western Europe
295
Zeev Sternhell
315
Alan S Mil ward
379
INTERPRETATIONS
415
Revolution? Counterrevolution? What Revolution?
435
Index
469
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About the author (1978)

Walter Laqueur is distinguished scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC. He was director of the Wiener Library in London and editor of the Journal of Contemporary History, Washington Papers, and Washington Quarterly. He was also university professor at Georgetown, Brandeis, Harvard, Tel Aviv, and Chicago.

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