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A form of fascist government; probably the most extreme form of tyranny
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User: A form of fascist government; probably the most extreme form of tyranny

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Asked 1/29/2013 11:59:26 AM
Updated 8/8/2016 1:18:47 AM
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Flagged by emdjay23 [8/7/2016 11:41:36 PM], Edited by jeifunk [8/8/2016 1:18:47 AM]
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Nazism is a form of fascist government; probably the most extreme form of tyranny.
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