• Red Scare Conscientious Objector
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    Analysis of the Red Scare " The tumult and the shouting dies, The captains and the kings depart.' -Kipling, The Recessional Mr. Kipling was wrong. War does not always end with the last cry on the battlefield. World War I certainly did not. After the war formally ended on November 18, 1918, there was an ideological war still going on in the US. An ideological war which prompted mass paranoia and caused, among many other things, what would be known as the Red Scare, which began in 1919 and ended ...
  • Does Utopian Socialists Offer An Attractive Political Reform
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    Utopia is a term invented by Sir Thomas More in 1515. However, he traces the root two Greek words o utopia and e utopia which means a place does not exist and a fantasy, invention. It is widely accepted that Plato was to first to picture a utopian order. In his masterpiece, "Republic", he formed the principles of ideal commonsense and his utopia (Hertzler, 1922: 7). After the classical age, Sir Thomas More assumed to be the first of the utopian writers in early modern period. As a humanist, he g...
  • The Spanish Civil War 3
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    The Spanish Civil War In the Spanish Civil War conflict there were three types of governing: Right-wing, Left-wing, and Center. Each of the groups in these classifications was a little more or a little less extreme than the next but each side had common goals. On the right side there were Landlords, Aristocracies, the Catholic Church, Falangists Monarchists, and the Spanish National Guard (the Army) who were fighting for facs im and old world order. On the left were the Socialists, Anarchists, a...
  • Spanish Civil War Workers Socialists Government
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    Ever since the fall of 1930 when the Spanish Revolution began there has been no surcease of the struggle in Spain. For a long time there was a deadlock of forces, an equilibrium in the tug of war between the property holders and the destitute. Now the equilibrium is being definitely broken. The issue before Spain is either Communism or Fascism. The matter is being fought out not with ballots but with bullets and ruthless civil war. Slowly the political revolution is being definitively turned int...
  • Fascists With Socialist Mussolini Government Gioletti
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    On the 23 March 1919 after a series of Communist demonstrations, the almost forgotten Mussolini decided to attempt to revive his Fasci movement. A meeting was held in a hall in a Milan and was attended by some fifty malcontents. From this seemingly small and insignificant event the Fasci di Combattimento' (Combat Group) was born. Initially, it would seem that the Fasci were destined for failure with none of their candidates (including Mussolini) winning a single seat in the 1919 elections. How w...
  • Hitler And The Economic Recovery Of Germany
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    In 1930, Germany's manufacturing had fallen 17% from that 1927 level. Bankruptcies were increasing, unemployment was rising and farmers were hurting. Some in the middle class feared sliding into the lower class. And some in the middle class blamed the economic decline on unemployed people being unwilling to work. In 1930, the parliamentary coalition that governed Germany fell apart, and new elections were held. The biggest winner in these elections was Adolf Hitler's National Socialist Party. F...
  • Benito Mussolini Views Beliefs Socialist
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    Benito Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini was born in 1883, and grew up in Predappio, Italy. He was the son of a blacksmith and a schoolteacher, both of whom were socialists, Mussolini naturally adopted their beliefs. These beliefs included anti-war feelings and pacifism, the exact opposite of what his beliefs would later become. As a teenager, he was known to have bragged about being an "antipatriot'. Mussolini became an editor of a Socialist newspaper near his hometown and prin...