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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I did a thesis in undergraduate comparing the nature of government of the three countries of the Axis(Japan,Germany, and Italy)which are generally referred to as "Fascist". The main thing I learned from my research in the literature was that among historians and political scientists there was not a real consensus on a generally accepted definition of fascism. The political systems of the above three countries were different enough that you couldn't define fascism by pointing to them as a set.
    • Furthermore many of the policies of Germany and Italy were actually not that much different from the United States. It was a time of great advance for socialism and progressivism. Germany, Italy, and the U.S. were all having a big admiration party for each other's projects and "achievements" before things turned sour and we started looking at going to war with each other. FDR admired a lot of what Hitler did, and vice versa.

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