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Mussolini Past and Present

Much consternation was stirred amongst right-thinking people (that is, left-thinking progressives) by the triumph of the robustly right-wing Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) in the recent Italian general election. The Brothers gleaned more than 26 per cent of votes to become the largest elected party. Shocked and dismayed, the media called the Brothers “far right” or “extreme right”, an exaggerated condemnation based on the relativity of the media’s own progressive position. The Brothers will stir up a bit of trouble to reassure its supporters of its anti-establishment position, but likely not much; even before the election, Giorgia Meloni, the party’s…

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