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Germany: German fascist dictatorship is through the establishment of a fascist parties, after the publicity campaign, get the victory in the congressional elections to establish together with Hitler as its leader: 1.There is a strong fascist party, and launched a mass-based fascist movement. 2.Taken a combination of top-down and bottom-up achieved national regime. 3. Revolutionized the political system of the country.”
This is in response to the discussion concerning Fascism and how fascist regimes are able to come to power. This explanation shows how the process of a society abandoning one political ideology and fascism can be adopted. The fact, that sometimes fascism seems like the right idea at the time, because it often appears to be offering positive change, but then proves to be anything but positive.
“Fascism is a product of capitalism into a full-blown crisis. Emotional intensification of political, economic and social unrest, a deterioration of the situation of the middle class, dissatisfaction with the status quo without consciousness, as well as the ruling group to find new rule countermeasures, the need to prepare a new war re-divide the world, contributed to the generation of the Fascist development.”
This detailed description of at what point in a struggling government is fascism able to seem appealing as a solution to whatever economic, social, or political issues are occurring. This stands out as strong content because it has happened to many nations in the past.
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