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Democratic Discourse as the Foundation of Fascist Ideology: Interpreting the simultaneously illiberal and democratic thought in the work of Charles Maurras and Oswald Mosley
The majority of studies on fascistic thought center on fascism in Germany or Italy and, as a result, fail to fully encapsulate the way fascistic thought appears in states that are more grounded in democratic experience. ...
Future Commonwealths: Civic Identity and Economic Rhetoric in Cooperation, 1914-1924
This study explores the changing relationship between civic identity and economic rhetoric between the recession of 1913-14 and the years immediately following the recession of 1920-21 as represented by the main organ of ...