Fascism is a political ideology, or way of thinking, built on the notion of nationalism and characterized by dictatorship, suppression, corporatization, and in many cases, racism. Fascism first emerged as a distinct political concept in the aftermath of World War I. While several fascist regimes came to power during the interwar period, they either collapsed at the end of World War II or gradually fell from prominence in the years that followed. Regardless, fascism has continued to find... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2019. 2p.