Comparative table of the Ideas of Fascism and National Socialism

Fascism National Socialism
1) “Everything for the state and nothing outside the state.” 2) The individual enjoys only such freedom that is provided by the state. 3) Man is an individual, one with the nation, the Fatherland. 4) Fascist (totalitarian) state – synthesis and unity of all values 1) Active social policy (elimination of unearned income, speculation and usury, etc.). 2) The triumph of collective ideals and values. 3) Nationalism, exclusivity and exclusivity of the Aryan race. 4) Anti-Semitism. 5) Anti-communism. 6) The cult of strength, expansion and implantation of the image of the enemy

 

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