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This article is the most precise and unbiased definition of what fascism really is.
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- Fascism, and not neo-fascism, needs to have the six following characteristics to be called “true fascism”. The movement needs to be ultranationalist, wants to create a new Man, it needs a charismatic leader, it needs to promote or be the sole political party, it needs a state ideology and it finally promotes a war ideology to mobilize the nation.