Classes in fascism: an excerpt from Ettore Rosboch’s The Fascist concept of Economics

The term Fascist is misconstrued in nearly every use of the word today.


In a holistic view of the economic system, the community of citizens seems to be made up of four main classes: producers, intermediaries, consumers and depositors, each performing its function but often consisting of the same individuals belonging to more than one class at a time: each depositor, producer or intermediary is also a consumer at the same time. If we deal only with the production of material goods, the composition changes to producers, citizens who are not producers, but useful or necessary for production (military, teachers, officials, artists, etc.) and unproductive citizens. In turn, the class of producers according to a specific function is divided into subclasses: capitalists, managers, workers of physical or intellectual labor (composition may vary depending on national interests), or, depending on the object, agriculture, industry, trade, transport and the Bank. We could go on and on in terms of classification, but here it is enough…

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