Quack, Quack!

Author

Leonard Woolf

Description

A severe indictment of fascism, this book criticizes the intellectuals who influenced the rise of fascism in European government, according to Woolf. These include Carlyle and Sprenger, whose religious and intellectual quackery Woolf denounces. This book contains a clear definition of fascism as a powerful party governed by an authoritarian leader and discusses the specific regimes of Hitler and Mussolini.

Genre

Politics

Original Language

English

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