April 17th, 2005


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Encyclopædia Britannica Article
Page 9 of 48

Common characteristics of fascist movements


The fascist economic theory corporatism called for organizing each of the major sectors of industry, agriculture, the professions, and the arts into state- or management-controlled trade unions and employer associations, or “corporations,” each of which would negotiate labour contracts and working conditions and represent the general interests of their professions…