What is the Fascist view of State

  1. State enhances the ideal of individualism
  2. Nation State is unquestionably Sovereign
  3. State is under the control of a king
  4. State is the instrument of exploitation in the hand of few
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 9th August 2015 in Politics.
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    Answer: (4) State is the instrument of exploitation in the hand of few

    In 1930, Benito Mussolini used the word “fascists”, he was the leader of the first Fascist movement and the Fascist dictator of Italy before and during World War ll.  fascis means something along the lines of “bundle” or ” unit.”

    The Fascist state is a stately, living existence that is more vital than any individual. All individuals are part of the State, but the State is greater than the sum of its parts. All individuals must set separately their personal needs and beseech themselves to the needs of the States. There is no law or other power that can limit the authority of the State. 

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 11th August 2015.
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