By Oswald Mosley
This booklet was written by the Leader of the British Union of Fascists in the very early days of the movement's founding. It gives a clear exposition of the imperatives which drove the author's decision to adopt fascism before the odium caused by the Second World War and the propaganda associated with war prejudiced the views of the mass of the people. The problems faced by Britain today, which are not disimilar to those faced in the 1930s, are described and the basic moves towards recovery make interesting reading today.
No student of the inter-war period and the rise of fascism should forego reading this work
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