The Fascist Revolution: Toward a General Theory of Fascism

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Synthesizing historian Mosse's (1918-99) life-long efforts to understand the nature of fascism, contains ten essays originally published between 1961 and 1996. He approaches the movement as a cultural phenomenon, and investigates how it and its adherents saw it and themselves. Among his subjects are fascist aesthetics, the French Revolution, fascism and the Intellectuals, the occult origins of National Socialism, and homosexuality and French fascism. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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A brief yet invaluable reassessment, from one of our most insightful and profound thinkers on the nature of fascism. Co-editor of the Journal of Contemporary History and author of nearly two dozen ... Read full review


Toward a General Theory of Fascism
Fascist Aesthetics and Society
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