Was fascism merely a form of ultra-nationalism or something more distinct?

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  • Was fascism merely a form of ultra-nationalism or something more distinct?
    • Roger Grffin
      • What were the key features of fascist ideology? (see mindmap)
    • Thompson argues
      • Fascism might better, if more clumsily, be defined as pseudo-revolutionary populist integralism
        • remembering that intergralism is always an extremist validation of exploiting clas power
        • each of these three words being essential to what Griffin might call 'fascist minimum'
      • Argues fascism is palingenetic ultra-fascism and since 1914, nationalism had bitten into Europe
        • so chances of connection high

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