American fascism and the War Between the States

Source: The Price of Liberty
by Nathan Barton

“Lincoln (beloved of Karl Marx, by the way), Teddy Roosevelt, and Woody Wilson all were inspirations for movements worldwide. Among them are the Italian Fascism of Mussolini, the National Socialism of Uncle Adolf, the Falangist fascism of Franco in Spain, and Peronismo in Argentina. And from them, of course, we can trace the Chauvinismo of Venezuela, much of the Islamic fascism (first named in 1933). And of course, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt New Deal of the 1930s and 1940s. And today, the variants of fascism found in Ukraine and elsewhere — as well as the results/products of that evil political philosophy around the world.” (06/20/22)