Global Politics

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PL SC 014 Wednesday, February 24th, 1999 Announcements: Turned in paper #1; You will need to bring a blank blue book for exam next Wednesday Lecture notes: I. Facism A. Third type of ideology that drives international politics B. Least important 1. Has the fewest number of states that practice it 2. These states generally didn't practice the ideology very long C. It is viewed as a bad ideology because it is associated with Hitler D. Least developed of the ideologies and most impractical 1. It doesn't hold together well E. It is name comes from an power symbol used in ancient Rome 1. Uses symbols and structures of anciet times, but applies modern tools to them. F. Developed around the time socialism did 1. Both were a reaction to industrialism 2. Both treat the same social ills G. Disslocation 1. What happened when peasants moved from the countryside to the city 2. People learn survival and social skills for one area, then move to another and these skills hinder them, not help. H. Facism glorifies inequality 1. Socialism stresses equality among all 2. Facism plays on times in a countries past that people think fondly of, usually this is during a time of hierachy. Example: In Italy, Facists glorified the ancient Roman civilization during the period before World War II started. 3. Germans glorified the period when feudal system governed the country. a. During this time, bands of knights roamed the countryside, invading surrounding groups, like the Poles. I. Used the technique of bring people together for large rallies, so they would
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