a type of Government. The leader rules alone or in a small group. The dictator is usually a commoner and their rule is not limited by law. The people have no legal right to influence government and they may be in danger if they choose to do so. The aim of this report is to describe the political system of Italy. To explain the changes that has occurred by changing Italy's political system and to evaluate the consequences of this change. Background - Italy Benito Mussolini's came from Italy
Benito Mussolini is a rare case in which history would have taken a different course were it not for him. Before Mussolini's rise to power Italy was politically unstable and economically underdeveloped. Italy was unified late in the 1800s around the time of Mussolini's birth in 1883 and the time of Garibaldi's death in 1882. Although Italy successfully united the country on a map, there was a severe lack of unity within the country's boarders. Preexisting conflicts between north and south Italy were
Mussolini was a great dictator rather than a benevolent dictator due to the actions that he has taken and the fact that he persist characteristic of a good leader. He was a proud and intense individual. He wanted to stand out, to be recognized as the very best and appreciated. He is a man with big dreams, determination, vitality, spirit and then enthusiasm. Mussolini was good at reading his people, he was also a tolerant and generous man but on the other side he was superficial. Benito Mussolini
in Europe in the early Twentieth Century, Italian Fascism and Nazi Germany. The original form of fascism was born in Italy by Benito Mussolini. Mussolini was a physically imposing man who was considered attractive. This pleasing appearance was combined with his charismatic leadership and powerful oration, and he quickly rose in power as a result. In Italian Fascism, there was very clear emphasis on war and the reclamation of the Roman empire. Mussolini didn't hide his imperialistic ambitions.
In 1919, upcoming journalist Benito Mussolini and a few other veterans had ideas that he called “Fascism” then formed the National Fascist Party. Fascism is a political philosophy or movement that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition. The party grew popular in Italy as Mussolini seemed to have all the solutions to the
From his rise to power to the fall of his dictatorship, Mussolini aimed at regenerating the Italian population to form a powerfull and united Nation centered around the fatherland and its leader. An aim that is, in 1919, difficult to instore in an Italy still segmented by huge economical differences, divergent social consciousness and marked an instable political sphere. However, the Italian society of the after war period in 1918 favored the installation of a new national religion based on the importance
fascist government, regulating every facet of life of the people it ruled. Fascist Italy was no exception—over the years 1921-1943, Italy instituted a population policy, controlling it and causing it to rise. Italy’s population policy consisted of the regulation of family size, often exercising Mussolini’s bid for control in extreme manners. The reactions consisted of an economic counterpoint of family size, and disapproval of this new regime. Benito Mussolini enacted his population policy to place emphasis
From his rise to power to the fall of his dictatorship, Mussolini aimed at regenerating the Italian population to form a powerful and united Nation centered around the fatherland and its leader. An aim that is, in 1919, difficult to instore in an Italy still segmented by huge economical differences, divergent social consciousness and marked an instable political sphere. However, the Italian society of the after war period in 1918 favored the installation of a new national religion based on the importance
anyone not part of the, so-called “Aryan nation” because they also felt threatened. As a so-called, “solution” to their insecurities they persecuted Jews. So why would Americans adopt this now, in the twenty-first century? According to William Pierce. Leader of the National Alliance, “…American people permitting the Jews to run their government and use American strength to advance Jews’ interests… ”(Published Interview) What Jewish interests? Pierce fails to say exactly what. No sense is being made.
against perceived oppressors or enemies and to create a nation of unity. The elitist approach treats as putting the people's will on one select group, or most often one supreme leader called El Duce, from whom all power proceeds downward. The two most recognized names that go along with Fascism is Italy's Benito Mussolini and Germany's Adolf Hitler. The philosophy of Fascism can be traced to the philosophers who argue that the will is prior to and superior to the intellect or reason. George Sorel