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  • ISBN 1597972231
  • ISBN13 978-1597972239
  • Language English
  • Author Brian E. Fogarty
  • Publisher Potomac Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 2009)
  • Pages 240
  • Formats lit docx rtf lrf
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1233 kb
  • Size Fb2 1163 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 641

When the Nazis took power in 1933, most Germans did not foresee the oncoming storm. Many were wildly enthusiastic; some were alarmed; most were worried but trusted that things would work out. In short, they felt much as Americans have felt from time to time. Brian E. Fogarty’s Fascism: Why Not Here? draws parallels between German culture of the early twentieth century and American culture today. While Fogarty postulates that it would take a confluence of events and circumstances to propel Americans into the arms of fascism, he concludes that it is not entirely unlikely. Today, less than a decade after his original warning, some of those events are beginning to unfold. As Americans become more divided, as formerly nonpartisan institutions are politicized, and as Congress becomes increasingly paralyzed, we are forced to ask: how do we respond to a political outsider’s rally cries to “make America great again”? In examining the similarities and differences between Nazi Germany and America today, Fogarty finds many reasons for hope that Americans will not fall victim to such chauvinistic appeal, but he also finds plenty to worry about. He points out that contemporary Americans and Germans of the 1920s and 1930s share many similar values, ideals, fears, and beliefs. Fogarty’s strong words of caution will resonate with anyone concerned about America’s political future and the freedoms we too often take for granted.      

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Many were wildly enthusiastic; some were alarmed; most were worried but trusted that things would work out. In short.

Brian E. Fogarty’s Fascism: Why Not Here? draws parallels between German culture of the early twentieth century . While Fogarty postulates that it would take a confluence of events and circumstances to propel Americans into the arms of fascism, he concludes that it is not entirely unlikely. Fogarty’s Fascism: Why Not Here? draws parallels between German culture of the early twentieth century and When the Nazis took power in 1933, most Germans did not foresee the oncoming storm. In short, they felt much as Americans have felt from time to time. Today, less than a decade after his original warning, some of those events are beginning to unfold.

Fascism: Why Not Here?" draws parallels between German culture of the early twentieth century and American culture today, concluding that fascism could arise in America but not through either of the major political parties.

When the Nazis took power in 1933, most Germans did not foresee the oncoming storm. Many were wildly enthusiastic; some. Fascism: Why Not Here? draws parallels between German culture of the early twentieth century and American culture today, concluding that fascism could arise in Americabut not through either of the major political parties.

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Fascism: Why Not Here? (Brian E. Fogarty)

Fascism: Why Not Here? (Brian E. Fogarty). Fascism: Why Not Here? draws parallels between German culture of the early twentieth century and American culture today, concluding that fascism could arise in America-but not through either of the major political parties.

Fascism: Why Not Here? .

Fascism: Why Not Here? Brian E. As Americans become more divided, as formerly nonpartisan institutions are politicized, and as Congress becomes increasingly paralyzed, we are forced to ask: how do we respond to a political outsider’s rally cries to make America great again ?

Brian E. Fogarty is Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Saint Catherine .

He currently blogs at befogarty. When I wrote Fascism: Why Not Here? in 2010, I viewed it as a warning to Americans that, while there were no signs of a fascist movement, we are not immune to its appeal.

Bryan Charles Fogarty (June 11, 1969 – March 6, 2002) was a Canadian ice hockey defenceman who played for the Quebec Nordiques, Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens. A great star in the junior leagues and a high draft choice in the National Hockey League (NHL), his career was marred by persistent alcohol and drug use, which prevented him from playing a full season at any point and led to him being frequently traded.

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Gardall
No mention of Trump. Doesn't matter. Any number of actors could have taken the part. An unenlightened, uneducated, overly-religious and self-centered and lazy population with a short attention span have unwittingly succeeded in making the unthinkable come to fruition. We're truly screwed. An incredibly prophetic and well-reasoned book.
Akelevar
A very thorough and engrossing analysis of the direction of American politics (and anti-politics). I'm honestly not usually a fan of historical comparisons like this, but this is by the far the best book like this that I have read in a long time. Fogarty makes sure to show both the similarities and differences between the United States today and Germany in the lead up to the Nazi era. Interesting that although there are many similarities, the one striking difference that may save the U.S. is the emphasis on individualism and anti-authoritarianism. No matter side of the political aisle you are on, a worthy read.
Velan
Good reading! Based on common sense and a lot of detailed research.
Androlhala
The author indicates that if fascism ever comes to the USA, it WON'T be via the Major Political Parties, (i.e. Dems or Reps)...Well...along with tens of millions of Americans...it seems he didn't see Trump coming...Perhaps an updated edition is needed. Overall, this is a worthwhile addition to the literature on authoritarian politics in USA. Take Care!
Nahn
Fogarty builds a clear and cogent case against American exceptionalism on the dark side of the political equation. Though our cultural narrative promises a reliably bright future for the American experiment, it's difficult to maintain that self-assurance in the face of Fogarty's arguments. The clarity of the author's writing is particularly helpful in illuminating a topic fraught with emotional and intellectual pitfalls. An engaging, compelling read.
Fesho
Fogarty has said in a well written and researched work what many of us have feared for years, that American exceptionalism, pushed by a number of circumstances, might result in a turn to fascism. He brilliantly compares various cultural themes inherent to American and pre WWII German societies in a frightening yet clear and focused manner. Fogarty's attention to historical and sociological detail help make his comparison a warning we all need to heed. This is a must read for Americans of all political persuasions.
Mardin
Great copy. Awesome delivery time. Just as described!