A Primer of Italian Fascism (European Horizons Series)
"Read in conjunction with [Italian Fascism/A Primer of Italian Fascism] these two books fulfil a double role. First they provide a balanced survey of the nature and doctrines of Fascism. Yet just as important is the light they throw upon Italian institutions and the working of the Italian mind.Alexander De Grand, who is Professor of History at North Carolina State University, disagrees with some other contemporary scholars in that he sees Fascism as a bourgeois response to the challenge of proletarian revolution. The issues are involved.The material needed to unravel them is provided by "A Primer of Italian Fascism". It makes available, in many cases for the first time in English translation, the key documents on Fascism."-- Rivista, Summer 2000
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- Jeffrey Thompson Schnapp(Editor Introduction Translator) Maria G. Stampino(Translator) Olivia E. Sears(Translator)
- University of Nebraska Press (1 May 2000)
- Society, Politics & Philosophy
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