Authoritarianism, Fascism, and National Populism (Google eBook)

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Transaction Publishers, Jan 1, 1978 - Political Science - 292 pages
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This definitive contribution to social science literature describes German's general theory of authoritarianism in modem society, and applies it to authoritarian movements and regimes likely to merge out of the social mobilization of the middle and lower classes. Germani analyzes the nature, conditions, and determinants of authoritarianism in the context of Latin American political and social developments and compares it to European fascist movements.

  

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Contents

Social Mobilization and Political Change
13
MiddleClass Authoritarianism
43
LowerClass Authoritarianism
85
Political Traditions and Social Mobilization
125
Structural Change Fascist Attempts and
153
Political Cultural and Structural Changes in
209
Middle Classes Working Classes and Social
225
Political Socialization of Youth in Fascist
245
Index
281
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