Is Socialism Fascist?

There’s a popular point of view that proposes the only meaningful difference in politics is between socialism and capitalism. Socialism is whenever the government does stuff, and capitalism is whenever free private individuals do stuff. In this view, terms like “state capitalist” and “libertarian socialist” are meaningless oxymorons. Fascism and Communism are not meaningfully distinct concepts: they basically boil down to nationalist socialism and…

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