The Corporative State
Mussolini’s essay of 1932 on the doctrine of Fascism had almost nothing to say about either the corporative state or economic autarky. Yet in the period since the war he had become intrigued with the possibility of harmonizing the interests of capital and labor with the overarching interests of the state, and instituting a system of representation that would rest on functional groupings organized in various kinds of national syndicates instead of the old parliamentary system based on geographical and numerical constituencies.
KeywordsDepression Manifold Tuberculosis Assure Expense
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.