An Intelligent Person's Guide to Fascism

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Duckworth, 2000 - History - 165 pages
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Richard Griffiths avoids the stereotypes that have plagued the study of fascism and assesses its real legacy in the second half of the twentieth century. Griffiths tackles fascism at its most confusing, when movements merged and the rhetoric of compromise was in full swing. With modern scholarship, and the willingness to bring new ideas to the table, Griffiths challenges all notions of the history and influence of fascism.

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Richard Griffiths is a Professor at King's College London.

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