Genealogie e geografie dell’anti-democrazia nella crisi europea degli anni Trenta
Fascismi, corporativismi, laburismilock_openopen access
The European responses to the inter-war years crisis were marked by the emergence of fascist and corporatist movements and regimes, combined with the creation of cultural and political networks of the radical right. Their ability to express ultra-nationalist, organicistic, palingenetic communitarian trends, radically hostile to socialist egalitarianism and liberal individualism, aiming at a national, hierarchical, collective new order, posed the ultimate authoritarian threat to European democracy. This book investigates cultural genealogies as well a as national and transnational geographies of such regimes, movements and cultures: for their transversal political nature, they provide a privileged ground for new perspectives in the inter-war crisis of Western culture, and for questioning their legacies to postwar world.
Published: May 31, 2019
Language: it, enISBN (print): 978-88-6969-318-2
Keywords: Capital. Fascism. European Union. Francoism. Origins of capitalism. Pan-Latinism. Liberalism. Right wing intellectuals. Workers. Corporatism. Labour. Global crisis. Counter-democracy. Inter-war Europe. Far-right movement. Iron Guard. Inter-war period. Dictatorship. Corneliu Zelea Codreanu. Critica fascista. Universal Fascism. State control. Governance. Democracy. Violence. Fascism. Corporation. Economics. Social origins. Anti-western modernity. Amintore Fanfani. Interwar period. Economic protectionism. Romania. Empire. Propaganda. National Socialism. Literature. Interwar. Associations. Agostino Lanzillo. Giuseppe Bottai. Università Cattolica. Arbeiterliteratur. Latinity. Gino Arias. International Corporations. Corporativism. Transnational history. Populism. Spain. NSDAP. Nationalism.