Tag Archives: Fascism: The Career of a Concept

The Case For National Capitalism Part 2: National Socialism And Political Centralization

National Socialism is a unique ideology that has recently gained notoriety among a marginal segment of disaffected right wing youths as a means of restoring American greatness. Like its Fascist cousin however, National Socialism falls prey to the same cultural proclivities it seeks to eliminate in the left. Primarily, these include the subordination of unique cultural identity to an overarching ...

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The Case For National Capitalism Part 1: The Inorganic Nature Of Fascism

In this multi-part essay series I will demonstrate the superiority of Irregularian National Capitalism to similar competing radical right wing systems of social and political organization. It is my position that the systems of hypothesized Anarcho-Capitalism, historical National Socialism and prototypical Fascism embody within their frameworks strategic and systemic flaws that cannot be overcame in order form an adequate and ...

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