Fascism as defined is an authoritarian system of control or government which exalts the state over the individual; engages in regimentation of social/economic norms; tolerates no opposition, and is often led by a dictator (see also Nazism).
Note that fascist is also a derogatory term in politics (see Political spectrum).
For the purposes of this category, fascism is limited to the following:
- The subject of fascism, and subjects directly or indirectly related to it;
- Benito Mussolini and his supporters within the Fascist Party of Italy;
- Any individual who adheres to and/or supports the ideas of fascism as written down in the Fascist Manifesto, 1919.
This category has only the following subcategory.