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The Fascist Revolution: Toward a General Theory of Fascism
by George L. Mosse
introduction by Roger Griffin
University of Wisconsin Press, 2021
Paper: 978-0-299-33294-5 | eISBN: 978-0-299-33293-8
Library of Congress Classification JC481.M63 2021
Dewey Decimal Classification 320.533

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The Fascist Revolution is the culmination of George L. Mosse's groundbreaking work on fascism. Originally published posthumously in 1999, the volume covers a broad spectrum of topics related to cultural interpretations of fascism from its origins through the twentieth century. In a series of magisterial turns, Mosse examines fascism's role in the French Revolution, its relationship with nationalism and racism, its use by intellectuals to foment insurrection, and more as a means to define and understand it as a popular phenomenon on its own terms. This new edition features a critical introduction by Roger Griffin, professor emeritus of modern history at Oxford Brookes University, contextualizing Mosse's research as fascism makes a global resurgence.
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