|Main Author:||Gregor, A. James (Anthony James), 1929-|
Political scientists generally have been disposed to treat Italian Fascism--if not generic fascism--as an idiosyncratic episode in the special history of Europe. James Gregor contends, to the contrary, that Italian Fascism has much in common with an inclusive class of developmental revolutionary regimes.
Originally published in 1980.
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|General Notes:||Includes index.|
|Physical Description:||xv, 427 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Bibliography:||Bibliography: p. 387-412.|