What was fascism?
Fascism is the most common form
of socialism, similar to and competing with communism. They differ
in that communism severely limits private ownership of means of
production, while fascism does allow private ownership of means of
production but severely restricts private companies with laws and
regulations. While both fascism and communism in their pure form
(Soviet Union, Mussolini's Italy) are severely restrictive,
totalitarian states, most current governments are diluted with
capitalism as the unique success of capitalism in the United States
early years created prosperity as never before seen.