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Can fascism exclude traditionalism?

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Liza Sain

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( 6 months ago )

Fascist ideologies are almost always defined as traditionalist, in terms of nationalism and religion.

Would a political ideology that involved the fascist-style authoritarianism and collectivism but did not rely on the traditionalist concept of nationalism and religion (e.g., was secular) and invented its own definition of collective independently of traditional ethnicity, still be considered fascism? Or would that be considered communism?

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