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The Functions of fascism / Michael Parenti ; produced by Blair Zarubick.

Program Title:
The Functions of fascism / Michael Parenti ; produced by Blair Zarubick.
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PRA Archive #: 
KZ1632.04
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Professor Michael Parenti examines the notion of fascism as a single ideology, and places it in specific historic and geographic contexts: Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan. The common ideologies contained glorification of leadership, glorification of the nation state, glorification of military conquest, and propagation of folk mysticism and the hatred of others. Capitalists supported Fascist leaders, for they aided in the repression of the masses and revived the economy through military production.|THE FUNCTIONS OF FASCISM / Michael Parenti| produced by Blair Zarubick. SERIES: Real history| no. 4 Professor Michael Parenti examines the notion of fascism as a single ideology, and places it in specific historic and geographic contexts: Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan. The common ideologies contained: glorigication of leadership, glorification of the nation state, glorification of military conquest, and propagation of folk mysticism and the hatred of others. Capitalists supported Fascist leaders for they aided in the repression of the masses, and revived the economy through military production. BROADCAST: KPFK, 4 July 1990.

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KPFK, 4 July 1990.
Item duration: 
1 reel (29 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|29:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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