Everyone is taught, quite rightly, that Fascism is bad. But do they really know what it is, other than to name the atrocities of WW2 and the Holocaust?

We look at the differences in how the education system and the media have protrayed both Fascism and Communism in the past, and whether there really is an appreciation for the terms left and right wing any more.

As usual we dig into the definitions, and analyse individual aspects of the state in detail, such as the monetary system and state regulation of industries.

After all is said and done, was the end of the 20th century a huge missed opportunity to banish authoritationism forever through education?

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