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|Statement||Edited by Peter F. Sugar.|
|Series||Twentieth century series, no. 4|
|Contributions||Sugar, Peter F., University of Washington. Graduate School.|
|LC Classifications||D726.5 .N38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
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Native Fascism in the Successor States, (Peter Sugar, ed.) The collapse of the Habsburg monarchy after the First World War produced a multitude of states in East Central Europe.
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vols. Sugar ed., Native Fascism in the Successor States, (Santa Barbara, ), deals with eastern Europe, and Hans Rogger and Eugen Weber, eds., The European Right (Berkeley/Los Angeles, ), provides comparison and contrast with the right. Finally, there are studies that deal with diverse elements of fascism and theCited by: This book is an attempt to draw the monographic literature more closely into a discussion of fascism in general, and to present fascism in a way that takes into account its variations and complexity.
It seeks to ﬁnd out how fascism worked. That is why it focuses more closely on the actions of fascists than on their words, contrary to usual. Additional services and information for Politics & Society can be found at: conferences produced the following volumes of proceedings: Peter F.
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Two book review assignments (roughly 15 percent each), with rewrites if necessary. Book review: Choose any book on this syllabus that is NOT on the required list, and write a review of no more than words Peter Sugar, Native Fascism in the Successor. Jul 18, · Italian scholars have, virtually without exception, dealt with Fascism as an isolated national problem, ignoring all except the Marxist theories of fascism as a generic phenomenon.
A departure from this pattern may be found in the recent survey of theories about fascism by Felice, Renzo De, Le inter-pretazioni del jascismo (Bari ).Cited by: Aug 29, · Author of Industrialization of Bosnia-Hercegovina,East Central European society and war in the prerevolutionary eighteenth century, Nations and nationalisms in East-Central Europe,Nationalism in Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe under Ottoman rule,A History of Hungary, Southeastern Europe Under Ottoman Rule, (History of East.
His political philosophy, if he had one, was that of dynastic authoritarianism: the King was the ultimate source of political decision and the initiator of meaningful political action." (p. in "Native Fascism in the Successor States ".
Edited by Peter F. Sugar. American Bibliographical Center Clio Press ("ABC-Clio") Inc. NATIVE FASCISM IN THE SUCCESSOR STATES, A collaborative effort between European and North American schol-ars focusing on the development of fascism in Austria, Czechoslo-vakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Yugoslavia.
The contributions of the European scholars were made prior toat a time when. Peter F. Sugar is the author of A History of Hungary ( avg rating, 24 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Southeastern Europe Under Ottoman Rule, 13 /5.
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In Sugar, Native Fascism in the Successor States, –, Mircea Eliade. The Romanian Roots,2 vols., Boulder: East European Monographs. of Fascism: on the one hand, government Fascism as incarnate in Mussolini and the moderates, anxious not to scare off their allies and determined to suppress all forms of illegal action, including squadrismo; on the other, local Fascism in the person of ex.
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This new text places interwar European fascism squarely in its historical context and analyses its relationship with other right wingCited by: Apr 01, · Without footnoting his claim, he confidently states that “in Warsaw however the extreme right did not play a large role” (p.
35). How does he know that. On the other hand, immediately after this remark about the NSZ, he becomes quite talkative about the PPR/AL (pp. and numerous other remarks throughout the book).
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A History of Fascism, – Stanley G. Payne Published by University of Wisconsin Press Payne, Stanley G. seeking an economic alliance with the United States while confronting and defeating the Soviet Union and Britain.
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It examines their use of propaganda, nationalism, racism, and ideology. It also looks at the response of democratic nations to the challenges of Fascism, Nazism, and Communism.Beginning with the ideological roots of fascism in pre Europe, Martin Blinkhorn turns to the problem-torn Europe of to in order to explain why fascism emerged and why, in some settings, it flourished while in others it did not.In his best known book, Why Nations Fail (), coauthored with Robinson, Acemoglu argues that political and economic institutions are the prime factor in economic success and that "development differences across countries are exclusively due to differences in political and economic institutions, and reject other theories that attribute some of the differences to culture, weather, geography.