Title: Origins and Doctrines of Fascism
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Many people began to believe that Italy's efforts in the war were entirely worthless and soon questioned the purpose of entering the war in the first place. In response, Gentile rejects this notion by describing how a nation or a State can be formed and united through war or revolution under a common goal, the benefit of all individuals of the State...
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He also condemns the "Left", the neutralists, liberals and democrats who were only concerned with their own individualistic and materialistic objectives. Intellectualists were also criticized and seen as practicing an impractical doctrine, and distancing themselves from politics or the "real matters"...
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