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Fascism

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  • 1.  Fascism is a political movement that emphasizes extreme loyalty to the state and obedience to the leader.  A fascist system is ruled by a single leader who has complete and total control over the government, similar to a totalitarian leader. The leaders encouraged extreme nationalism and loyalty to the state.  A fascist system has no elections, only one leader and one political party.  Fascist parties were often made up of wealthy individuals who wanted to ensure their power and say in government.
  • 2.  Fascist governments try to censor the information the people receive, and use lots of propaganda to keep them loyal.  They often threaten people who disagree with them with violence, and use force/secret police to keep their people in check.  Fascist leaders limit the rights and freedoms of people to keep them loyal.  Fascists often glorify the military and promote nationalism – usually they create a special flag or symbol

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