Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism Is Totalitarian

What are the differences between Fascism, Nazism and Socialism?

The differences are economic:

Fasicm – The State controls all businesses.

Nazism – The State owns the major companies and controls the rest of businesses.

Socialism – The State owns all businesses.

All of these forms of government state that the rights of the majority (group) are more important than the rights of the individual person.

Fascism, Nazism, Socialism and Communism all require a totalitarian form of government, often with a dictator.

In a totalitarian State, the individuals are slaves.

Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism Is Totalitarian

The senior and adjunct faculty of the Mises Institute discuss the history, theory, and contemporary meaning of the fascist temptation, and what the Austrian economists are doing to combat it.

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3 Responses to Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism Is Totalitarian

  1. Andrew Pelt says:

    Another great post!

  2. Shawanna Fallaw says:

    Wow. Awesome post!

  3. Odis Wuensche says:

    As a Newbie, I am always searching online for articles that can help me. Thank you

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