What is Fascism?

Fascism is a political ideology that emerged in the early 20th century,

primarily associated with Benito Mussolini's regime in Italy and Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime in Germany.

It is characterized by authoritarian and dictatorial power,

a centralized government led by a single leader or party, extreme nationalism, and suppression of political dissent.

Fascism promotes a strong sense of national identity and often seeks to 

create a homogeneous society based on race, ethnicity, or other defining characteristics.

It emphasizes the primacy of the state over individual rights and freedoms,

with the belief that the state's power should be expanded and consolidated to achieve national greatness.

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