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/ˈfaSHˌizəm/,
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An authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization,
  1. An authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization

  2. (in general use) Extreme right-wing, authoritarian, or intolerant views or practice


  1. a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)
  2. (fascist) an adherent of fascism or other right-wing authoritarian views
  3. (fascistic) fascist: relating to or characteristic of fascism; "fascist propaganda"
  4. Fascism is a radical and authoritarian nationalist political ideology. Fascists seek to organize a nation according to corporatist perspectives, values, and systems, including the political system and the economy. ...
  5. Fascism is a 1995 book edited by Roger Griffin. It is a reader, in the Oxford Readers series, which assembles the writings of various authors on the topic of fascism and the far-right. ...
  6. The word fascist is sometimes used to denigrate people, institutions, or groups that would not describe themselves as ideologically fascist, and that may not fall within the formal definition of the word. ...
  7. (The Fascist) The Fascist (Il Federale) is a 1961 Italian film directed by Luciano Salce. It was coproduced with France. It was also the first feature film scored by Ennio Morricone.
  8. A political regime, having totalitarian aspirations, ideologically based on a relationship between business and the centralized government, business-and-government control of the market place, repression of criticism or opposition, a leader cult and exalting the state and/or religion above ...
  9. (Fascist) Originally, a member of the Fascisti, formed by Benito Mussolini, a political movement espousing extremely anti-democratic principles. In the Surfing world, individuals with no regard or respect for their fellow surfers are Fascist. ...
  10. (Fascist) Adj: describing any idea one disagrees with. Commonly heard around U of M College of Liberal Arts,  Macalester College.
  11. (Fascist) Every member of the right-wing who refuses to support the noble right of the state to exercise whatever force is necessary to seize the wealth and property of the white capitalistic businessmen who have taken more than their fair share of the national resources.
  12. (Fascist) One who advocates a very strong form of statism, a corporatist economy, modernization, regimentation, and strong central leadership. Citizens' purpose is to serve the state. ...
  13. (Fascist) believing in Fascism, that a nation requires a strong leader willing to use violence and wage wage to maintain order and keep the nation strong.
  14. (fascist) Fascists subscribed to a philosophy of governmental dictatorship that merges the interests of the state, armed forces, and big business. Fascism was associated with the dictatorship of Italian leader Benito Mussolini between 1922 and 1943 and also often applied to Nazi Germany.
  15. A social and political ideology with the primary guiding principle that the state or nation is the highest priority, rather than personal or individual freedoms.
  16. From the Latin fasces, a group of tightly bundled rods with an axe head protruding from one end, a Roman symbol of power and unity. ...
  17. The name comes from the Latin fasces – a bundle of rods with a projecting axe, which was the symbol of authority in ancient Rome. The term was applied by Mussolini to his movement after his rise to power in 1922. ...
  18. A political system that emphasizes extreme nationalism (and often, racism), as well as conformity of opinion. A fascist country is usually governed by a totalitarian dictatorship, and terror tactics are used to silence dissenters. ...
  19. A political concept in which the state is considered paramount, and individual freedoms and human rights are of minor importance.
  20. Open terrorist rule by the most reactionary, militarist, chauvinistic section of big capital. It is a form of government sometimes chosen by capitalists, not a different economic system. More
  21. Political philosophy that became predominant in Italy and then Germany during the 1920s and 1930s; attacked weakness of democracy, corruption of capitalism; promised vigorous foreign and military programs; undertook state control of economy to reduce social friction. (p. 870)
  22. a political philosophy, movement, or regime that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition
  23. Social organization in which the government sets economic rules but does not physically take over businesses.
  24. a nationalistic type of collectivist dictatorship in which the individual is subordinate to the country or nation, as in Nazi Germany or Italy under Mussolini.