5 edition of Fascism at work found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Ebenstein (William Elwin, pseud.) With an introd. by Francesco Nitti. London, M. Hopkinson, 1934.|
|LC Classifications||DG571 .E26 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||75180384|
Albright opens the book with a discussion of just what Fascism is and of its beginnings in s Italy with Mussolini and then 19 Facism: A Warning is a sobering and chilling look at the state of the world today, written by a woman who knows all too well the dangers inherent in Facism/5. Thousands of pro-German fascists gathered at a rally in New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Nazi symbols and American flags were displayed in front of a giant image of George Washington. Sinclair Lewis titled his novel about a fascist threat to the United States It Can’t Happen Here. The novel tells the story of “Buzz” Windrip, who defeats Franklin Roosevelt for .
32 quotes from Benito Mussolini: 'Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power', 'It is better to live one day as a lion than years as a sheep.', and 'We become strongest, I feel, when we have no friends . Fascism. Paxton has focused his work on exploring models and definition of fascism. In his paper "The Five Stages of Fascism," he suggests that fascism cannot be defined solely by its ideology, since fascism is a complex political phenomenon rather than a relatively coherent body of doctrine like communism or socialism. Instead, he focuses.
Robert O. Paxton’s Anatomy of Fascism provides historians of political and intellectual history with an important argument about the role of ideas in political not denying how the ideas behind fascism tell us much about its origins and early stages, Paxton convincingly argues that what fascists did once installed in positions of power is at least as, and probably more. The book is one of the most published books in history, and every German household had that book. And they probably tried to read it and they gave up 10, 20 pages in. Rick: And this, I would imagine, lays out the main points of the fascist future.
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This is Fascism at work book book which aims to show how the Republican Party has recently used tactics associated historically with Fascism at work book. The American left, historically and currently, has certainly been guilty of overreach, hubris, and worse, but this book’s absence of details about that topic is not in itself a reason to dismiss by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ebenstein, William, Fascism at work.
[New York, AMS Press, ] (OCoLC) Document Type. When you read ON FASCISM, start at the very beginning and you will understand that this book is not only contemporary but as up-to-the-minute as is possible.
The subtitle of this book, "12 Lessons from American History," is a clear indication of its intent/5(17). Jason Stanley is the Jacob Urowsky Professor of Philosophy at Yale University. He is the author of five books, including How Propaganda Works, winner of the Prose Award in Philosophy from the Association of American Publishers, and How Fascism Works: The Politics of More about Jason Stanley.
A philosopher examines political tactics that give rise to fascism. The son of immigrants who fled Nazi Germany, Stanley (Philosophy/Yale Univ.; How Propaganda Works,etc.) has directly observed the consequences of fascism. Troubled that fascist politics is on the rise throughout the world, he offers an analysis of the many strategies that fascist regimes employ: publicizing the idea of a mythic past.
Best Books to Understand Fascism and How It Works Studies of fascism — and the different forms of fascism that came to power in Italy, Germany, Spain, Hungary, China, Croatia, Vichy France, Japan, Portugal, Brazil, Chile and others — have allowed political scientists, philosophers, historians, and sociologists to identify common elements of fascist politics.
Fascism: A Warning is her sixth book and is perhaps her most important work to date, as the world seems to face what many fear could be a long period of darkness. Albright is careful to warn against the indiscriminate use of the term "fascism," and she very properly begins this book with a discussion of its proper usage and s: K.
Much of the book is devoted to a discussion of the five stages fascism may pass through, illustrated by copious examples, not only from Nazism and Italian fascism--the only fascist movements that have passed through all five stages--but also from unsuccessful fascist movements in such countries as France, the United Kingdom, Norway, Hungary, and s: For conservatives, fascism is totalitarianism masquerading as the nanny state.
A new book by Yale philosopher Jason Stanley is the latest attempt to clarify what fascism is and how it Author: Sean Illing. The book provides a fascinating breakdown of the fascist ideology, nimbly interweaving examples from Germany, Italy and Hungary, from Rwanda and Myanmar to Serbia and, yes, the US.
This book is a very readable overview of how fascism works with examples drawn from modern politics and not just the obvious references to Nazism. It is eerie just how much of what is happening in the world today is described to a tee in this book/5().
Fascism is iniguitous. It creeps into the many weaknesses of democracy until the system is fatally damaged. In How Facism Works, Jason Stanley lists the various ways that facism undermines democracy. The appeal of facism lies in its radical authoritarian ultranational stance/5.
How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them is a nonfiction book by Jason Stanley, the Jacob Urowsky Professor of Philosophy at Yale University. Stanley, whose parents were refugees of Nazi Germany, describes strategies employed by fascist regimes, which includes normalizing the "intolerable".
In this short companion to his book From Fascism to Populism in History, world-renowned historian Federico Finchelstein explains why fascists regarded simple and often hateful lies as truth, and why so many of their followers believed the falsehoods. Writing in The New York Review of Books last month, the historian Samuel Moyn took issue with Stanley’s book, and with fascism analogies in.
New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice. No single book is as relevant to the present moment – Claudia Rankine, author of Citizen: An American Lyric. Jason Stanley’s staggering analysis has only grown in importance since the release of How Fascism Works in It is one of the defining books.
How Fascism Work is a study of the ideological make-up of fascist politics, broadly conceived. Stanley examines how modern authoritarian and nationalist—“fascist,” if you like (Stanley obviously does)—political movements succeed in using and.
article by Susan Sontag, 'Fascinating Fascism' Day of Freedom: Our Army (Tag der Freiheit: Unsere Wehrmacht, ), that depicts the beauty of soldiers and soldiering for the Führer.(It is not surprising to find no mention of this film, a print of which was found in ; during the s and s, when Riefenstahl and everyone else believed Day of Freedom to have been lost, she had it.
His book is How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them. I’ll be speaking tonight in Washington, D.C., interviewing Angela Davis at Busboys and Poets, at the K location in Washington, D.C.
Jason Stanley is the Jacob Urowsky Professor of Philosophy at Yale is the author of five books, including How Propaganda Works, winner of the Prose Award in Philosophy from the Association of American Publishers, and How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, about which Citizen author Claudia Rankine states: “No single book is as relevant to our present moment.”ISBN:.
Professor Jason Stanley, in his book How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, observed that "The leader proposes that only he can solve it and all of his political opponents are enemies or traitors.". Here are a few signature characteristics according to Jason Stanley, a philosophy professor at Yale and the author of “How Fascism Works.” .The Mass Psychology of Fascism (German: Die Massenpsychologie des Faschismus) is a book by the Austrian psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, in which the author explores how fascists come into power, and explains their rise as a symptom of sexual repression.