By Oswald Mosley
Sub-titled Fascism Explained this early booklet published by The British Union of Fascists gives the reader a comprehensive picture of what British Fascism was about. It gives details of what was wrong with the system of government and how its weaknesses should best be corrected to give better representation to the mass of the people who elected it. The booklet goes on to explain in simple terms the economic system and the way in which the problems of unemployment, international trade, Empire affairs and agriculture could be solved.
Details of the Blackshirt movement and how it was organised are given and the main principles and ethos of the movement are described..
No serious critic of fascism can affordnot to read this booklet without exposing him or herself to accusations of blind ignorance.