What Is Fascism? 

Popular among certain regimes during World War II, fascism's consequences had disastrous effects on the world. So, what is fascism?

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Violence and Fascism: The Case of the Faisceau (jstor.org)
"Fascism, violence and storm troopers: in the popular mind the three are inseparable."

Nazism, Fascism and Social Darwinism (cambridge.org)
"There is an enormous scholarly literature on Nazism and Fascism, one that is marked by controversy over how the two movements are to be defined, over their origins, sources of support, ideologies, and significance."

Darwinism and the Nazi Race Holocaust (answersingenesis.org)
"Leading Nazis, and early 1900 influential German biologists, revealed in their writings that Darwin's theory and publications had a major influence upon Nazi race policies."