White papers

Defining Fascism

  • Appendix on Fascism
    Some attempts to define fascism from various scholars and observers over the years.

  • Defining Fascism
    More attempts to define fascism from various scholars and observers over the years

  • The Spirit of Capitalism And The Religion of Dehumanization
    Spirit may be defined [in contrast to matter] as that which has its centre in itself . . . This self-contained existence of Spirit is none other than self-consciousness - consciousness of one's own being . . . It involves an appreciation of its own nature, and also an energy enabling it to realize itself; to make itself actually that which it is potentially.
    -Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

  • Pan-Corporatism: Culture of Repression and Deprivatization
    An examination of“corporatism” to understand another characteristic of corporatism other than the merging of Industry with the State—that other characteristic is corporatism's “repressive” quality. Let us examine the power of State Corporatism to use cultural values, norms, and customs to repress members of society.

  • Human Liberation and Revolt
    The Antifascist: Herbert Marcuse (1898 to 1979).

  • Reclaiming The Issues: Islamic Or Republican Fascism?
    Genuine American fascists are on the run, and part of their survival strategy is to redefine the term "fascism" so it can't be applied to them any more.

  • Fascism: Left Wing or Right Wing?
    A very popular argument by the Right is say that the Nazis were Leftwing, when in fact they were Rightwing in both Germany and the United States.