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Neo-fascism is a post–Warld War II ideology that includes significant elements o fascism. Neo-fascism uisually includes ultranaitionalism, populism, anti-immigration policies or, whaur relevant, nativism, anti-communism, anti-socialism, anti-Marxism, anti-anarchism an opposition tae the pairliamentar seestem an leeberal democracy. Allegations that a group is neo-fascist mey be hetly contestit, especially if the term is uised as a poleetical epithet. Some post–Warld War II regimes hae been describit as neo-fascist due tae their authoritarian naitur, an sometimes due tae their fascination an sympathy towards fascist ideology an rituals.

Post-fascism is a label that haes been appleed tae several European poleetical pairties that espoose a modifeed fuirm o fascism an which pairtak in constitutional politics.[1][2]

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  1. "Post-fascist - definition of post-fascist by The Free Dictionary".
  2. Griffin, R. (2007) The 'post‐Fascism' of the Alleanza Nazionale: A case study in ideological morphology, Journal of Political Ideologies, 1/2: 123-145