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Freedom, Emotion and Fascism by Marc Schifanelli

Freedom, Emotion and Fascism

A Psycho-Sociological Analysis of the Modern American Progressive Movement

by Marc Schifanelli

Pages: 242

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

  • POLITICAL SCIENCE - Political Ideologies - Fascism & Totalitarianism
  • PSYCHOLOGY - Emotions
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE - Social Classes & Economic Disparity

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662851797

Price : $16.99

In describing the acts of modern American Progressives, observers increasingly use terms like “delusional,” “crazy,” or “deranged.” What is it about Progressivism that invites such labels? Why are Progressives, for example, determined to teach kids that America is a racist country? Why do they demand “safe spaces” from speech that they say scares them or causes them emotional distress? Why do they loudly proclaim their “guilt” without ever having injured or caused harm to anyone? Why do many Progressives resort to bullying, cancelling, doxing, or assaulting those who won’t submit to their ideology? Answering these questions requires a deep look at human emotion and the deep emotional needs of the American Progressive – psychological needs that make Socialism, Collectivism and Fascism strongly appealing doctrines. Understanding that psychology is critical to understanding the movement itself and how to prevent it from propelling the Nation into social malaise and suicide.

Marc D. Schifanelli, Esq. is a practicing attorney with experience in U.S. immigration law, Constitutional law, and Financial Industry Regulatory arbitration.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Government and Politics with a minor in Economics, graduating with honors, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Maryland at College Park.  He subsequently earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland School of Law.  He is a retired U.S. Army officer who served as a Special Forces operator, leader, and counterinsurgency expert trained in intelligence and psychological operations. As a civilian he worked as a contract intelligence officer in Kosovo just prior to the 1999 NATO offensive, as an anti-terrorism consultant at U.S. consulates worldwide, and as a defense military expert at the International Criminal Tribunal in the Hague, Netherlands. 

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