As We Go Marching: A Biting Indictment of the Coming of by John T. Flynn

By John T. Flynn

As We move Marching is John T. Flynn's vintage paintings from 1944 on how wartime making plans introduced fascism to the USA. Flynn was once a widespread journalist and the infrequent case of an American public highbrow who resisted the onslaught of either the battle and welfare states through the interval within which FDR governed the USA. This examine hyperlinks the household coverage of the hot care for the force for battle and wartime critical making plans. Flynn attracts cognizance to the sour irony that the USA used to be turning into accurately what we have been scuffling with. His research of fascism is incisive and devastating.

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All this was sordid. Men were made for better things— what the better things were remained obscure. " There was a greater interest in great ideas. It was a time for greatness. But he had to concede that the mind thus turned loose, thus emancipated from facts, took unexpected directions. "1 Croce, the one-time socialist, had forsaken that path for the heady heights of romantic philosophy. He had rejected humanitarianism and pacifism and had approved Georges Sorel, at least for his opposition to these ideals.

He spent and borrowed freely and without scruples. He promised with liberality. He was all things to all men, took no firm stand against any school, compromised, soothed, wheedled. If he failed to solve any of the problems of Italy he at least won in four elections, in 1902, 1904, 1909, and 1913. The secret of his tenure of power was that he listened attentively to the tremors of the soil, located every stream of thought and ran with those streams, cajoling all the powerful minorities of labor, capital, and farmers, talking with firmness but taking no firm position on any subject save as votes demanded it.

He had rejected humanitarianism and pacifism and had approved Georges Sorel, at least for his opposition to these ideals. He could imagine a philosophical use for violence and thought perhaps the Inquisition was such an instance. Giovanni Gentile, another liberal philosopher, second in fame only to Croce, was also fascinated by this neo-idealism. He called it "faith in the necessity of the advent of an ideal reality, a concept of life which ^History of Italy, by Benedetto Croce, translated by Cecilia M.

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