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Fascism was an effort to employ anti-individualism and authoritarianism in
modernizing economically backward societies. Arturo Labriola (1873–1959), an
early syndicalist, spoke of Italy as a colony of “plutocratic Europe.” The leader of
violent fascism disturbed the political life of Romania for almost 25 years.
Independent of the rise of Italian or German fascism, the fascism of Corneliu
Zelea Codreanu was rooted in older traditions of the Romanian Orthodox Church
and the ...
The first instance was Japan, where fascism resembled German National
Socialism in its reassertion of ancient models of life. On Feb. 26, 1936, the army
took control of Japan and supported a national or tribal mysticism that bore a
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