A HistoryBook - 1996
How is fascism defined? What is the basis of its appeal? Is it a cogent body of ideas, or is it essentially irrational and opportunistic? Why did it take root so successfully in Germany and Italy, and not in France or Britain? These are among the questions addressed in this book, which draws together fascism's different strands, in Italy, Germany, France and Britain, and traces it from the first appearance of certain key ideas in late-19th-century literature, to the resurgence of fascism in the 1990s.
Publisher: London : Vintage, 1996
Branch Call Number: 320.533/EAT