Fascism Definition-1. Fascism is a way of ruling that advocates total control of the people.
2. Fascism is a form of government which is a type of one-party dictatorship. Fascists are against democracy. Such a state is led by a strong leaderósuch as a dictator and a martial government.
3. A political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition is not allowed
Examples of fascism- 1. This year’s Science syllabus covers the rise of Fascism in India.
2. Fascism came into being to meet serious problems of politics in post-war Italy.
3. The fact is that the logic of fascism ends in death.
4. This is an open principle of fascism, as it is of all dictatorships and control of the deople.
5. At first sight the fascism seems unimportant.
Synonyms- one party system, totalitarian, nazism, depotism, autocracy, regimentation, authoritarianism, jingoism, isolationism, dictatorship etc.
Antonyms- Socialism, democracy, liberism, community, ideology, republic etc.
Origin – The word fascism is derived from the Italian fascismo or fascio means bundle or group of people. This word was used firstly in 1915.
Derived forms- fascist (noun and adjective), fascistic (adjective), fascistically (adverb)