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    From Politics to Lifestyle and/or Anti-Politics: Political Culture and the Sense for the State in Post-Communist Italy.Danilo Breschi - 2013 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2013 (163):111-129.
    ExcerptPost-Communist Trends in Italy, 1968–1989 According to Paul Berman, the events of 1989 were a consequence and, in some ways, an “achievement” of the protest movement of 1968; or they at least expressed the most deeply felt aspirations of a generation of “utopians.”1 It is not my intention here to examine and discuss Berman's thesis in detail, but rather to highlight its originality and look for any possible historical or conceptual connections between the events of 1968 and those of 1989. (...)
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    More on Paxton.Danilo Breschi - 2005 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2005 (133):185-190.
    What were the mechanisms through which fascism triumphed in Europe during the interwar period? According to Robert O. Paxton, this is the question one must ask in order to understand the real nature of Mussolini's and Hitler's political regimes. In fact, with “fascism,” Paxton adopts a category from political science that includes characteristics shared by both Italian Fascism and German National Socialism. Paxton aims at constructing this category on the basis of a descriptive study of the world in which the (...)
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  3. Recent Italian Historiography on Italian Fascism.Danilo Breschi - 2005 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2005 (133):15-44.
  4. Torquato Nanni: Dilemmas of the Socialist Who Admired Mussolini.Danilo Breschi - 2005 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2005 (133):150-153.
     
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