THE RECURRENCE OF FASCISM: Today's Corporate Dominance Eerily Similar to Pre-Fascist 1920s and '30S
Bigioni, Paul, CCPA Monitor
Observing political and economic discourse in North America since the 1970s leads to an inescapable conclusion: the vast bulk of legislative activity favours the interests of large commercial enterprises. Big business is very well off, and successive Canadian and U.S. governments, of whatever political stripe, have made this their primary objective for at least the last 25 years.
Digging deeper into 20th century history, one finds this steadfast focus on the well-being of big business in other times and places. The exaltation of large corporations at the expense of the citizen was a central characteristic of government policy in Germany and Italy in the years before those …
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Publication information: Article title: THE RECURRENCE OF FASCISM: Today's Corporate Dominance Eerily Similar to Pre-Fascist 1920s and '30S. Contributors: Bigioni, Paul - Author. Magazine title: CCPA Monitor. Volume: 12. Issue: 4 Publication date: September 2005. Page number: 6+. © Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Mar 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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