Salazar's Dictatorship and European Fascism: Problems of Interpretation
Social Science Monographs, 1995 - 230 Seiten
A small country with a vast colonial empire, Portugal was to experience the longest-surviving right-wing dictatorship in twentieth-century Europe. Costa Pinto identifies the links between Salazarism and European fascism. He includes an analytical summary of the interpretations of Salazarism and its origins, both in the context of the debate on European fascism and, more generally, in the context of authoritarian regimes of the twentieth century.
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Portuguese Research on Salazarism
Fascism and The Breakdown of Portuguese
with a Dominant Party
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