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The Fascism Reader

@inproceedings{Kallis2002TheFR,
  title={The Fascism Reader},
  author={Aristotle Kallis},
  year={2002}
}
Introduction: Fascism in Historiography Part 1: Generic Fascism: The Search for Definitions and Explanations 1. Fascism - A 'Generic' Concept? 2. What Produces Fascism? Part 2: Fascist Movements: Ideology and Variations 3. Fascist Ideology - The Quest for the 'Fascist Minimum' 4. Varieties of Fascist Movements Part 3: The 'Regime-Model' of Fascism 5. Techniques of Fascist Rule - The Exercise of Power by the 'Regime-Model' of Fascism 6. Fascism and Anti-Semitism Part 4: Societal Attitudes to… 
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