Difference Between Fascism And Liberalism

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In the last century in general and during the decade of the First World War. The whole Europe countries were filled with different problems political, economical, and even social. Due to those essential problems Mussolini followed his opinions and created a new party to support his country, people and himself. And he named this movement by Term “fascism”. In which this term lead to great changes in many countries all over the world.


The term "fascism" which is derived from the Italian word ‘fascio’, and it means a package of Wands was carrying in front of the rulers of ancient Rome which was a prove of their powers. In the nineties of the nineteenth century the word fascist "fascia"
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Liberalism is a political philosophy founded on ideas of liberty and equality and it is a belief in the value of social and political change in order to achieve progress.

The difference between fascism and liberalism: The terms of fascism and liberalism are used to mean different things in different parts of the world depending on who is using the terms and in what context they are being used.
Fascists do not believe strongly in human rights, such as freedom of speech and the right to protest the government and, as such, political demonstration and protest is dangerous for those people living under fascist rule. They believe that the state has the right to take extreme measures, including direct observations on its own citizens, to ensure citizens ' commitments to rules and the dictator 's continuing power. But Liberals believe in government action to achieve equal opportunity and equality for all. It is the duty of the government to protect civil liberties and human rights, they believe that the role of the government should be to make sure or to guarantee that no one is in

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