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Fascism’s primary goal is the glorification of the nation as one state. The origins of fascism can be followed back to nationalist movements in the late 1800’s. Charles Maurras and Geroges Sorel, two French nationalists, wrote about extreme nationalism as a way to develop a more organised and prosperous society. Their writing had an adverse effect on an Italian names Enrico Corradini who advocated the nationalist movement and believed in a state run by the aristocracy with support from anti-democratic groups. This combined with Futurism, a 20th century idea that change must be forced to be progressive (even through violence if need be), led to fascism taking root in Italy just prior to World War One. Fascism was not straightforward however as it took many different forms throughout Europe with many countries taking different approaches to what should define it. This succeeded (Italy, Germany, Spain) or failed (France) based on different circumstances. Despite how differently the processes of development are, fascism does share many of the characteristics of communism. One of the key elements that both systems share is the emphasis on substantial militarism combined with strong nationalism. Other factors that are similar are rejection of democracy, economic conservatism that benefits the rich, opposition to cultural and political liberalism, the idea that power resides with the elites and under a social umbrella, and the desire to form a ‘people’s community’, where everyone’s desires are second to the good of the state. In practice, there are a few more elements that are similar which is the collaboration of corporations to benefit the national agenda and complete control of the media causing overwhelming levels of propaganda. The two systems have varying approaches to social structure and hierarchies. Communism, the type that’s inspired by the communist manifesto, has the belief that class hierarchies should be removed by the state and ownership of property and industry should be seized by the government, therefore removing capitalist ideals and combining the classes. They are also against other social constraints such as ender specific roles. On the other hand, fascism holds to a rigid class structure in which every citizen has a pre-determined specific role. This often leads to women being restricted to housework and raising children and there is normally one ethnic or racial group that is superior to the others. For example, unity through ethnicity or nationality is prioritized over diversity and individuality like in Hitler’s regime. Germany under Hitler idolised the Aryan race and the government actively sought the eradication of various minorities such as the Jews, Poles and Gypsies throughout world war two. These were not the only groups targeted under the fascist ideals of ethnic dominance, any group with a real or even perceived difference was targeted including homosexuals, disabled people and even communists, throughout the Holocaust. Communism and fascism are both opposed to the democratic model but >GET ANSWER