What Is Fascism? | by John T. Flynn

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Audio version of the Mises Daily article for April 26, 2008. Written by John T. Flynn and read by Floy Lilley. mises.org Text version of this audio presentation mises.org Excerpted from John T. Flynn's classic study, As We Go Marching. Originally published in 1944, it explains the idea and the movement called Fascism. Whether fascism was capitalist or anti-capitalist, labor or anti-labor, no one could say until the leaders themselves decided upon a course of action. It was improvised as the movement went along. It is a government system that accepts responsibility to make the economic system work at full energy, using the device of state-created purchasing power effected by means of government borrowing and spending, and which organizes the economic life of the people into industrial and professional groups to subject the system to control under the supervision of the state. Read the complete book 'As We Go Marching' online: mises.org More writings by John T. Flynn: Eggheads Through History mises.org The Merchant of Death: Basil Zaharoff mises.org Good Fascists and Bad Fascists mises.org Related links: Who is John T. Flynn? by Justin Raimondo www.mises.org Principles First by John F. McManus tinyurl.com DISCLAIMER: The Ludwig von Mises Institute has given permission under the Creative Commons license that this audio presentation can be publicly reposted as long as credit is given to the Mises Institute and other guidelines are followed. More info at: creativecommons.org ...


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