Everyone knows about fascism, but not everyone quite knows what fascism is. Indeed, does anyone really know what fascism is? Thatâ€™s an important question: fascism is such a diverse political and social phenomenon that it seems to be used more as an epithet than as a serious political category.
The existence of fascist political movements seems undeniable, but how are we to get a handle on what they are, where they come from, and most importantly, how to deal with them when they appear?
Auteur: Robert Paxton