4 edition of Salazar"s dictatorship and European fascism found in the catalog.
Salazar"s dictatorship and European fascism
AntГіnio Costa Pinto
Includes bibliographical references (p. -220) and index
|Statement||António Costa Pinto|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||94065458|
Olessia Kirtchik, Mariana Heredia, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Abstract. Various forms of dictatorship have been a context in which social and behavioral sciences (SBS) have been developing through most of the twentieth century. Nazi and fascist regimes in Europe, Communist single-party states, military juntas in . It can be said that, Dictatorship and Fascism are two sides of a same coin, but there is considerable difference between the two ideologies. The easy definition of fascism, it is the opposition of democracy or liberalism. If a government is fascist, it is considered to be a dictatorship as the people have no say. It is the ruling of a country.
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Salazar's Dictatorship and European Fascism Hardcover – Ap by Antonio Costa Pinto (Author)Cited by: Costa Pinto identifies the links between Salazarism and European fascism. He includes an analytical summary of the interpretations of Salazarism and its origins, both in the context of the debate on European fascism and, more.
A small country with a vast colonial empire, Portugal was to experience the longest-surviving right-wing dictatorship in twentieth-century Europe/5(4).
Salazar's Dictatorship and European Fascism: Problems of Interpretation - António Costa Pinto - Google Books A small country with a vast colonial empire, Portugal was to. An historical study of Salazar's dictatorship which sets his reign in Portugal in the context of European fascism.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Antonio Costa Pinto. Meanwhile, fascism's seemingly inexorable rise unfolded against the backdrop of a dramatic shift towards dictatorship in large parts of Europe during the s and especially s.
These dictatorships shared a growing conviction that 'fascism' was the driving force of a new, post-liberal, fiercely nationalist and anti-communist order. Salazar and the Politics of the New State Humberto Delgado and the Bishop of Oporto Council of Ministers country’s crisis Daniel Barbosa December defense Delgado Diário da Manhã Diário de Notícias dictatorship diplomatic Duarte economic elections embassy Estado Novo Europe Fascism February Ferro forces Foreign Affairs.
"Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe provides a lucid account of the way that European countries moved towards, and then away from democracy. Sheri Berman is one of the best comparativists going, providing an encompassing framework for understanding the historical development of modern institutions."/5(6).
Rethinking fascism and dictatorship in Europe / edited by António Costa Pinto and Aristotle Kallis. pages cm Fascism—Europe—History—20th century. Dictatorship—Europe— Much of this book deals with inter-war European regimes which are neither.
The protean nature of fascism is key to unlocking that mystery. Its ideology was protean, if not inherently contradictory.
Mussolini, who was a great sloganeer, said in“fascism is a revolution of reaction.”. Jason Stanley is a philosophy professor at Yale who is also son of European Jewish refugees. In How Fascism Works, Stanley identifies the defining characteristics of fascist regimes. He illustrates how those foundational ideas are implemented and enacted in regimes.
This is a rare and valuable book as well as a good read. It will be a reference point for years to come.' Lora Wildenthal - Rice University, Texas ‘By showing the centrality of human rights to both the legitimacy and the downfall of the GDR, The Human Rights Dictatorship makes a major contribution to the global history of human : Ned Richardson-Little.
Poulantzas’s book is the first major Marxist study of German and Italian fascism to appear since the Second World War. It carefully distinguishes between fascism as a mass movement before the seizure of power and fascism as an entrenched machinery of dictatorship.
Books shelved as fascism: The Anatomy of Fascism by Robert O. Paxton, The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt, Fascism: A Warning by Madeleine K. The Estado Novo (Portuguese pronunciation: [(ɨ)ʃˈtadu, -ðu ˈnovu], "New State"), or the Second Republic, was the corporatist period of rule beginning in Portugal in It evolved from the Ditadura Nacional ("National Dictatorship") formed after the coup d'état of 28 May against the democratic and unstable First er, the Ditadura Nacional and the Estado Capital: Lisbon.
This is really interesting question. The answer would depend on who will you ask - in Portugal this topic is still very controversial and society is deeply split between those who praise and those who hate A. Salazar. It is said that the in the No. The Salazaran state, a Christian and totalitarian state, is founded, first of all, on love.
This assertion can seem, in the eyes of the competent, an irresponsible exclamation of a dilettante. But it is nothing other than a reduction to its ultimate elements of the revolution and reforms undertaken by Salazar. Top 10 books about tyrants Lewis drew on the career of the Louisiana governor Huey Long, imagining an America infected with a bad dose of European fascism.
The resurgence of the far right across Europe and the emergence of the “alt-right” in the US have put the question of fascism urgently back on the agenda. For those trying to understand these forms of politics, there is no better place to start than Fascism and Dictatorship, the unrivalled Marxist study of German and Italian fascism.
Portugal, How fascist dictatorship fell While the solution General Spínola projected in his book Portugal e o Futuro for the problems of the Portuguese bourgeoisie was vague and utopian-sounding, he had the merit of explaining very frankly why the Salazarist regime and its crude repressive methods could not be maintained.
The expense. Circumstances and crises. Fascism and National Socialism have been compared in numerous ways.
Yet since movements that resembled or imitated them occurred in many countries between the wars, including France, Spain, much of Eastern Europe and even Britain and Ireland, a key question is why such movements came to power only in Italy and Germany.Ecofascism is a theoretical political model in which an authoritarian government would require individuals to sacrifice their own interests to the "organic whole of nature".
 Some writers have used it to refer to the hypothetical danger of future dystopian governments, which might resort to fascist policies in order to deal with. In Germany and elsewhere, younger generations are becoming indifferent to the history of fascism.
This is how the far right thrives, says .