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  • Just when I was all set to really start stashing it away, they had to manufacture fascism and start a war horrible enough to affect even me.
  • It was like seditious and insidious too, and like socialist, suspicious, fascist and Communist.
  • I was a fascist when Mussolini was on top, and I am an anti-fascist now that he has been deposed.
  • I was a fascist when Mussolini was on top, and I am an anti-fascist now that he has been deposed.
  • These three men who hated him spoke his language and wore his uniform, but he saw their loveless faces set immutably into cramped, mean lines of hostility and understood instantly that nowhere in the world, not in all the fascist tanks or planes or submarines, not in the bunkers behind the machine guns or mortars or behind the blowing flame throwers, not even among all the expert gunners of the crack Hermann Goering Antiaircraft Division or among the grisly connivers in all the beerů

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  • She compares terrorists to fascists, saying they have the same will for power and disdain for individual liberty and worth.
  • The Germans were already in the town, the Fascists were already in power, the verdict had already been pronounced, yet the Jews of Sighet continued to smile.
    Elie Wiesel  --  Night

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