Fascism, corporatism and the crafting of authoritarian institutions in inter-war european dictatorships

@inproceedings{Pinto2014FascismCA,
  title={Fascism, corporatism and the crafting of authoritarian institutions in inter-war european dictatorships},
  author={Ant{\'o}nio Costa Pinto},
  year={2014}
}
Corporatism put an indelible mark on the first decades of the 20th century, both as a set of institutions created by the forced integration of organized interests (mainly independent unions) in the state, and as an organic-statist alternative to liberal democracy.1 Variants of corporatism inspired conservative, radical-right and fascist parties, not to mention the Roman Catholic Church and the third-way options of segments of the technocratic elites. It also inspired dictatorships — stretching… 
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