This book clearly defines fascism as a complex core of ideas that
exalts the nation-state or race
disregards the individual and the individual's rights
employs thought control and strict regimentation
disregards moral objectivity.
Dr. Veith shows how fascism is shaping society, unwittingly as well as knowingly. He carefully clarifies fascism's relation to other ideas that also mold our thinking. Most important, he skillfully and convincingly combines historical narrative, cultural criticism, and theological analysis, offering guidance and hope for those jostled and shaken by ideological crosscurrents.