Fascism and Big Business by Daniel GuérinThis is not a light read by any means, but it is one of only two works about fascism that I have read that makes sense. Guerin (French, as the name suggests, though since this is primarily a theoretical work, that doesnt come into it) believes the cause is an economic one. This makes infinitely more sense than the armchair speculations about mass insanity and group think that I found predominated in the European history department where I was once an undergraduate (not University of Washington, my alma mater; I would not want to tar them with such a dreadful brush).
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Daniel Guerin - Fascism and Big Business-Pathfinder Press (2000)
Enviado por Leonardo Cirra flag Denunciar. In , the fascists supported the miners' strike of San Giovanni Val d'Arno, and that of 30, marble workers in Carrara, etc. When men are treated unworthily It is a shameful lie to say that the National Socialists, when they have taken power For instance, in October, , it supported the strike of the Berlin metal workers, in which , work- ers took part. In November, , it, together with the communists, instigated the Berlin transport strike.
The following article is an excerpt from Daniel Guerin's book on Fascism, the English translation of which is soon to be released by Pioneer.
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Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in., From New International , Vol. It is a study of the roots and destiny of Fascism, at once so factual and so thoroughly Marxist in its approach, that no apology for giving it the widest possible publicity is necessary.
Examines the development of fascism in Germany and Italy and its relationship with the ruling capitalist families there. The book, which was written before the Second World War broke out, examines the development of nazism in Germany and fascism in Italy and its relationship with the capitalist families there. Its main thesis is that Fascism supported the heavy industrial sector represented in Germany by Krupp, Emil Kirdorf, etc. It points out the failure of "corporatism," which in effect meant the dismantling of trade unions and worker's inability to elect their own representatives, who were nominated instead by the fascists. This article is a detailed account of soldiers' and sailors' resistance to the Vietnam War in the s and s.
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