Fascism is EVIL!
No, Italy has not had a fascist government since WW II. It has a parliamentary democracy. There is sometimes corruption in the Italian government, which is a risk in any government, but it does not go to such an extreme as to constitute fascism.
Under the fascist government in post ww1 Italy, only Mussolini's party ruled the country. It was a dictatorship and a very centralized government.
Anthony L. Cardoza has written: 'Agrarian elites and Italian fascism' -- subject(s): History, Politics and government, Fascism, Rural conditions, Elite (Social sciences)
Fascism started in Italy and then spread to Germany, where it was more effective. Romania and Hungary also adopted fascism, and Spain underwent civil war that resulted in a fascist government. Croatia also held a puppet fascist government. Many other countries, such as Portugal, held a military dictatorship that acted somewhat like fascism.
Mussolini had a dictatorship that was called fascism. Fascism is a totalitarian government that is not communist.
There are negatives and positives associated with a fascist government. Some negatives of fascism include a direct and authoritative government.
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He added Fasces to the Italian Flag which was a premier symbol of Italian Fascism
Roland Sarti has written: 'The ax within: Italian fascism in action' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Fascism 'Long live the strong' -- subject(s): Case studies, Rural conditions, Villages
The Italians themselves didn't support Fascism but their leadership under Mussolini did and eventually they killed him to support the fact that they didn't support Fascism.
Benito Mussolini (1883â€“1945) was head of the Italian Government and the self styled Duce (of Fascism) from 1925 to 1945. When, as dictator and an ally of Nazis Germany, he was killed by the Italian people when Italy surrendered to the allied forces.
Fascism attempts to have a one party government that is responsible for making all the rules. Another tenet of fascism is that idea that war is necessary.
Marco Palla has written: 'Mussolini and fascism' -- subject(s): Fascism, Politics and government 'Fascismo e Stato corporativo' -- subject(s): Attitudes, British Foreign public opinion, Consuls, Corporate state, Fascism, History, Politics and government, Public opinion 'Firenze nel regime fascista (1929-1934)' -- subject(s): Fascism, Fascism and architecture, Fascism and culture, Politics and government
Italians supported fascism because it promoted Italian nationalism and the expansion of Italian territories. They wanted to restore Italy to the place of prominence it held during the time of Ancient Rome.
A Dictator ************************************ The type of government is known as Fascism.
Nazi Germany was a form of Fascism......Fascism is a Political theory advocating (In favor of) and Authoritarian (characteristic of absolute leader)Hierarchical government opposed to democracyNazism is a Totalitarianism/Fascism type of government featuring racism and expansionism and and obedience to a strong leader in this case Hitler
Fascism is a political ideology rather than a government. It promotes nationalistic viewpoints and where fascists obtain power in government, the result is usually an authoritarian government with an aim to reach unlimited power.