What is Fascism? (The Basics) People Methods/Characteristics Fascism Today Other

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What is True?
Fascism is frequently employed as a strategic base for war. True or False?

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Who is Joseph Stalin?
The dictator of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

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What is a scapegoat?
A person or group established to bear the blame for an issue.

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What is Brazil?
Country in South America that owns the most active fascist movements.

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What is 1939-1945?
The year that WWII began and ended?

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What is capitalism?
Which type of government typically has fascist roots?

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Who is Benito Mussolini?
Italian dictator who created a group known as the “Black Shirts” that tormented other political groups.

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What is: because they can instigate original thought which can cause people to question propaganda. Self-expression unites.
Why do fascist governments possess contempt towards the arts/academics?

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What is False?
True or False? The United States currently does not house any form or parties of fascism.

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What is the Holocaust?
The mass slaughter of millions of Jews due to anti-Semitism induced by the Nazi Party.

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What is C) Population/birth regulation?
Which of these citizen rights were not subjected to legal attack? A) Social safety/security programs B) Industry wages C) Population/birth regulation D)Progressive Efforts E) Labor and work hours

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Who is Adolf Hitler?
Leader and founder of the Nazi Party who instigated the death of 6 million Jews and other "threatening" groups.

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What is Mein Kampf?
Hitler's primary propaganda weapon; authored by himself.

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What is C) Finland?
Which of these countries do not currently hold any major fascist programs? A) Chile B) Poland C) Finland D) Italy

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What is corruption, heartless, cruel, nefarious, bloodshed, etc. (anything from "Stop Fascism" promo video)
Name one word to describe "Fascism."

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What is racism, sexism, nationalism, and the idea of war bringing a wave of new job opportunities?
Name one ideal that prompt and popularize fascism.

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Who is Hirohito?
Constitutional Monarch that led Japan into a heavily militarism and nationalism based government and allied the country with Germany. (Led attack on Pearl Harbor)

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What is propaganda?
What was the driving force of human impulses and emotions during WW2?
 

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What is True?
True or false? Fascism did occur in Spain.

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What is a government system established by a dictator owning complete power?
Give a shortened definition of fascism.

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Who is Mao Zedong?
A communist leader in China who instituted the People's Republic of China. He was accountable for the ruinous policies of the ‘Cultural Revolution’ and the 'Great Leap Forward.’

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What is... 1. Powerful and Continuing Nationalism 2. Disregard for the Recognition of Human Rights 3. Identification of Enemies/Scapegoats as a Unifying Cause 4. Authority of the Military 5. Rampant Sexism 6. Controlled Mass Media 7. Obsession with National Security 8. Religion and Government are Intertwined 9. Corporate Power is Protected 10. Labor Power is Suppressed 11. Disdain for Intellectuals and the Arts 12. Obsession with Crime and Punishment 13. Rampant Cronyism and Corruption 14. Fraudulent Elections
Name one of the fourteen characteristics of fascism.

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What is: Fascism and Freedom Movement, Fiamma Tricolore, Forza Nuova, or Fronte Sociale Nazionale.
Name one modern Italian Fascist movements?

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Who is Adolf Hitler?
______ said the following quote: “Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.”

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