Actually, it does. It is defined by it. The only question is of the extent (social democracy vs state socialism).socialism does not require state control.
constructing grossly inaccurate strawman?
No, it is not.Socialism is not the only ideology that requires state control....
And there fore totally and utterly opposed to political equality a core tenats of socialism without which you simply cannot have socialismAbout rearmanent and military industry that is a conscious toll in fascism or national socialism of governament spending and of course is leading to imperialism to.
Some basic characteristics of fascism:
It is a form of social organization
- In which the government acknowledges no restraint upon its powers — totalitarianism
- In which this unrestrained government is managed by a dictator — the leadership principle
- In which the government is organized to operate the capitalist system and enable it to function — under an immense bureaucracy
- In which the economic society is organized on the syndicalist model, that is by producing groups formed into craft and professional categories under supervision of the state
- In which the government and the syndicalist organizations operate the capitalist society on the planned, autarchical principle
- In which the government holds itself responsible to provide the nation with adequate purchasing power by public spending and borrowing
- In which militarism is used as a conscious mechanism of government spending, and
- In which imperialism is included as a policy inevitably flowing from militarism as well as other elements of fascism.
What Is Fascism? | John T. Flynn
We should keep in mind that fascism in Italy was hindered by monarchy. As i was said correctly by Alpine Luke fascists could not take power without its support. So they made more compromise with old elites, than national socialists in Germany. But when fascists felt liberated of monarchy in autumn of 1943 they returned to their earlier and original even more left wing and socialist policy.
No government control of the economy is not a core tent of socilaism. Some sort econimic equality, is. Goevrnement control is just how some socialists see as a way of doing so. It's not a core , central tenet of socialism or required in any way,Actually, it does. It is defined by it. The only question is of the extent (social democracy vs state socialism).
Mind you, even free market requires a degree of state intervention, unless you want to let major companies take control of it (and thus destroy free market in the process). So, again, it is a question of extent. But overall, anything large, any major concentration of power - big government, big corporations etc. - is danger to democracy.
No, it is not.
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