Dramatic metaphors of fascism and antifascism

by Leah Hadomi

Publisher: M. Niemeyer in Tübingen

Written in English
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  • German drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism.,
  • Fascism in literature.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [125]-136) and indexes.

StatementLeah Hadomi.
SeriesConditio Judaica,, 12
LC ClassificationsPT668 .H34 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 145 p. ;
Number of Pages145
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL599183M
ISBN 103484651121
LC Control Number96192258

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Both books have pushed back the historical boundary. Yet I suspect that it is Varieties of Anti-Fascism rather than Oswald Mosley and the New Party which will be read most in future years.

For having been eclipsed in the s and s by other British fascists, including G. Chesterton’s nephew A. (the first Chairman of the National. Fascism and antifascism have the same origin and the same program, but the former claimed to go beyond Capital and classes, while the latter tries to attain the “true” bourgeois democracy which is endlessly perfectible through the addition of stronger and stronger doses of democracy.

In reality, bourgeois democracy is a stage in the taking. Fascism and pre-fascism in Europe, a bibliography of the extreme right DR45 Mosley and his followers. Macklin’s book is complemented by David Baker’s Ideology of Obsession, looking at A. Chesterton, a more direct influence than Mosley on Britain’s present-day far right.(1) There have also been at least three major works focussing on anti-fascism.

Fascism and Antifascism during a Pandemic. Furthermore, the far right employs biological metaphors when talking about “the nation,” often casting immigration as the introduction of foreign matter and pathogens —in short, as something akin to a virus.

For a Safe and Healthy Antiracism and Antifascism. “The tragic irony of modern anti-fascism is that the more successful it is, the more its raison d'etre is called into question.

Its greatest successes lie in hypothetical limbo: How many murderous fascist movements have been nipped in the bud over the past 70 years by antifa groups before their violence could metastasize.

Noel Ignatiev1 left a conflicted antifascist legacy. As a member of the Sojourner Truth Organization (sto), Ignatiev made important contributions to understanding fascism, above all its autonomous political character and contradictory relationship with capitalist insights remain valuable today and have directly or indirectly influenced many antifascist activists and researchers.

Books shelved as anti-fascist: Assata: An Autobiography by Assata Shakur, Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwoo. OCTO CONTEMPORARY FASCISM HAS MOVED faster than conventional book publishing can turn out the books to explain it. Two recent releases highlight markedly different approaches to the.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Leah Hadomi books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The fear of Bolshevism, the main source of fascism in the years between the two world wars, no longer exists. In my book, I speak of a neoliberal “regime of historicity” whose horizons are constrained by the present.

This is a handicap for both right and left movements. Post-fascism does not have the utopian horizon of its ancestors. Just as Peter Carroll contributed to the myth about premature antifascism, he has distorted the refusal of the Communist veterans (and most were Communists) of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade to fight against fascism from to In his book Carroll wrote that sometime in the Spring of and prior to the German invasion of the USSR on June.

During the Spanish Civil War, Spanish anarchists, communists, socialists and republicans rose up against the threat of fascism in Spain. Goldman, by then exiled from the US sincebecause of her incendiary threat, through the Anarchist Exclusion Act of (expanded in ), organized fundraising efforts against fascism from abroad.

MARK BRAY is a historian of human rights, terrorism, and political radicalism in Modern Europe who was one of the organizers of Occupy Wall Street. He is the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, and Translating Anarchy: The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street, and the co-editor of Anarchist Education and the Modern School: A Francisco Ferrer Reader.4/5(4).

Whittam: Fascism and Anti-Fascism in Italy: History, Memory and Culture the end of the second world war. Giorgio Bocca, a veteran of the anti-fascist partisan movement, and Mario Cervi, a former fascist infantry officer, both published books which presented very different perspectives.3 Although.

Art Against War and Fascism in the 20th and 21st Centuries at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. 2 The curators’ main goal was to enquire whether the historical experience of anti-fascism could provide valid tools and strategies today. What are the traditions and legacies of the post-war resistance movement and can they be tapped into in.

Fascism is primarily a loud and violent slap in the face of the ‘revolutionary’ who is recognizing revolutionary subjects in the face of phantoms such as the society and the class, and is longing for uprisings and revolutions.

And how hypocritical indeed is the fact that social anarchists shriek about antifascism. However, anti-fascist protesters outnumbered the EDL two to one. Around 2, activists gathered at the official Unite Against Fascism (UAF) rally in the town centre and up to 3, people joined the joint UAF/community protest in Bury Park, the predominantly Asian part of the town.

the u.s. anti-fascism reader trump's savage capitalism bill v. mullen christopher vials enzo traverso politics cultural criticism anthology verso books excerpt by the book feature Music Between. For anti-fascists base their campaigns on a sense of outrage that anyone, anywhere should dare to disagree with them.

In their appeal to feeling over reason, force over argument, such activists resemble most those phantom Nazis they are claiming to ‘fight’. This is why, in a stroke of post-modern irony, anti-fascism is the new fascism.

Fascisms and Antifascisms Since Issue number (October ) Abstract Deadline: February 1, Co-Edited by Mark Bray, Jessica Namakkal, Eric Roubinek, and Giulia Ricco.

Radical History Review seeks proposals for contributions to a forthcoming issue that will bring together historically oriented scholarship on fascisms and antifascisms since the end of the Second World War.

The suffragettes outraged Victorian society but their personal lives were just as dramatic as their public actions. In this gripping and incisive account of the Pankhursts, Martin Pugh reveals the full story behind this unique family: Emmeline, the domineering mother; Christabel, the favourite daughter, who became an Adventist and admirer of Mussolini; Sylvia, the 'scarlet woman'; adn Adela.

Anti-fascism is a political movement in opposition to fascist ideologies, groups and individuals. It began in a few European countries in the s and eventually spread around the world.

It was at its most significant shortly before and during World War II, where the Axis powers were opposed by many countries forming the Allies of World War II and dozens of resistance movements worldwide.

This simplistic view of fascism was, and still is, paired with a simplistic anti-fascism. The main strand of anti-fascism was essentially social democratic.

This stressed the need for a defensive popular unity against fascism premised on the general understanding that it was the policy of capitalist weakness—a final resort position for most. But antifascism is also complex because fascism itself “is often an extremely murky concept,” writes Mark Bray, a history lecturer at Rutgers, self.

Hardly new concepts, anarchism and antifascism are often mistakenly associated with chaos and violence. In the midst of the global COVID pandemic and antiracist protests, US President Donald Trump, whom scholars and journalists alike are finally coming around to openly discuss as fascist, declared that the United States “will be designating ANTIFA as a Terrorist Organization.”.