If I advance, follow me;
if I retreat, kill me;
if I die, avenge me!
It is better to live one day as a lion than a hundred years as a sheep!
— Benito Mussolini
1. – Like every sound political conception, Fascism is both practice and thought; action in which a doctrine is immanent, and a doctrine which, arising out of a given system of historical forces, remains embedded in them and works there from within. Hence it has a form correlative to the contingencies of place and time, but it has also a content of thought which raises it to a formula of truth in the higher level of the history of thought. In the world one does not act spiritually as a human will dominating other wills without a conception of the transient and particular reality under which it is necessary to act, and of the…
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