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  • adj. Of or relating to fascism; fascistoid; fascist

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  • adj. relating to or characteristic of fascism


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  • However, I think many Christian evangelicals are unwittingly abetting certain fascistic policies; how do you convince them that although their motives may seem "just" or "pure" they are in fact contributing to harmful political movements?

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • Yisrael Beitenu -- often denounced by the political left as crass and "fascistic" -- barely increased its share of the vote, while the pragmatic Ms. Livni significantly outperformed her recent polling numbers.

    Israel's Semi-Right Turn

  • None of it was overtly or newly fascistic, which is what I was really looking for.

    Recording Surface

  • This woman is ferociously strong and determined, very "fascistic" in the Mussolini sense.

    Michael Giltz: Cannes 2009 Day Six Reviews: Football, Fascism, Death and Porn

  • If western forces believe that we can restore security to the nation under a Karzai government without eradicating the kind of fascistic tendencies of the elected legislature, it will cannibalize itself from the inside out and return to just another female apartheidist Islamic state.

    2009 April 14 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Another mother denounced the edict as "fascistic," and wondered how the school could insist on such a rule when the whole point of high school was to produce independent-minded girls who knew how to think for themselves, thank you very much.

    Karen Stabiner: Lilliputians On Parade

  • Morgen assembles these elements into an eye-opening and eye-catching document of the moment when it became evident that our once great democracy was on the brink of becoming the same kind of fascistic police state we always feared.

    DVD Review: Chicago 10

  • MOORE: It ` s sacrifice and also kind of fascistic, isn ` t it, that the government is going to tell you -- I mean in California, as you know, they ` re talking about a plan where the government would actually regulate the thermostat in your house.

    CNN Transcript Aug 6, 2008

  • And this was thought to be a violation of this very restrictive kind of fascistic law that had been on the books forever, the Alien and Sedition law.

    Faubus: The Life and Times of An American Prodigal

  • An honorable mention to B.D. for invocation of the term "fascistic," but unfortunately that's just short of making it across the finish line.

    Libertarian Blog Place


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