The Corner

We Are All Fascists Now

It’s not surprising that Newsweek won’t call the dramatic expansion of state power over the private sector by its proper name:  It’s fascism, not socialism (which rests on the abolition of private property). To be sure, the political consequences–loss of individual liberty, concentration of wealth and regulatory clout in the central government–are much the same, which is the main point. Much more here, and more to come. Much more.

Michael LedeenMichael Ledeen is an American historian, philosopher, foreign-policy analyst, and writer. He is a former consultant to the National Security Council, the Department of State, and the Department of Defense. ...


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