Fascism, FUSA, And The Future
I really couldn’t agree more. Yes, it’s possible to honor the fallen while acknowledging the struggle was not for what the propaganda told them it was.
On this Memorial Day, please take the time to read John T. Flynn’s classic 1944 warning of approaching American totalitarianism, As We Go Marching.
Those with limited time can skip to Part III of the book, entitled “The Good Fascism”, in which Flynn looks at 1944 America through the lenses of both the Italian and German fascist structures – both of which were still extant as he wrote.
Or you can use this Mises excerpt of the work and see Flynn’s description of fascism’s essence:
…As we survey the whole scene in Italy, therefore, we may now name all the essential ingredients of fascism. It is a form of social organization
– In which the government acknowledges no restraint upon its powers — totalitarianism
– In which this unrestrained government is managed by a dictator — the leadership principle
– In which the government is organized to operate…
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