Anthony James Gregor (born April 2, 1929) is a Professor of Political Science Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley who is well known for his research on fascism, Marxism, and national security. Gregor was part of a movement of young scholars in the 1960s who rejected the traditional interpretation of fascism as an ideologically empty, reactionary, antimodern dead end. He demonstrated the major debt Italian Fascism owed to European ideological currents in sociology and political theory. Gregor stressed fascism's coherence as a serious theory of state and society, and argued that it played a revolutionary and modernizing role in European history. His theory of generic fascism portrayed it as a form of "developmental dictatorship." Gregor wrote an influential early comprehensive

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  • Anthony James Gregor (born April 2, 1929) is a Professor of Political Science Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley who is well known for his research on fascism, Marxism, and national security. Gregor was part of a movement of young scholars in the 1960s who rejected the traditional interpretation of fascism as an ideologically empty, reactionary, antimodern dead end. He demonstrated the major debt Italian Fascism owed to European ideological currents in sociology and political theory. Gregor stressed fascism's coherence as a serious theory of state and society, and argued that it played a revolutionary and modernizing role in European history. His theory of generic fascism portrayed it as a form of "developmental dictatorship." Gregor wrote an influential early comprehensive survey of existing theoretical models of fascism. Professor Zeev Sternhell has said of him "Professor Gregor is one of the rare specialists in Italian Fascism to have made a truly original contribution to the study of the subject." (en)
  • Anthony James Gregor (Nova Iorque, 2 de abril de 1929) é um professor emérito de ciência política da Universidade da Califórnia, em Berkeley, reconhecido pelos seus estudos sobre fascismo, marxismo e segurança nacional. Gregor foi partícipe de um movimento de jovens estudantes na década de 1960 que rejeitou a interpretação tradicional do fascismo como sendo um fim em si mesmo, vazio de ideologia, reacionário e anti-moderno. Demonstrou a grande contribuição do fascismo italiano para as correntes ideológicas europeias nos campos da sociologia e da teoria política. Gregor enfatiza a coerência do fascismo como uma verdadeira teoria sociológica bem como de estado, e argumenta que o fascismo exerceu um papel revolucionário e modernizador na história europeia. Sua teoria sobre o fascismo genérico retrata-o como uma forma de “ditadura desenvolvimentista”. Gregor escreveu um influente e amplo estudo sobre os modelos teóricos existentes de fascismo. Segundo Zeev Sternhell, “o professor Gregor é um dos raros especialistas em Fascismo italiano a dar uma contribuição realmente original ao estudo do assunto.” (pt)
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  • A. James Gregor lecturing at UC Berkeley in 2004
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  • Anthony James Gregor (born April 2, 1929) is a Professor of Political Science Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley who is well known for his research on fascism, Marxism, and national security. Gregor was part of a movement of young scholars in the 1960s who rejected the traditional interpretation of fascism as an ideologically empty, reactionary, antimodern dead end. He demonstrated the major debt Italian Fascism owed to European ideological currents in sociology and political theory. Gregor stressed fascism's coherence as a serious theory of state and society, and argued that it played a revolutionary and modernizing role in European history. His theory of generic fascism portrayed it as a form of "developmental dictatorship." Gregor wrote an influential early comprehensive (en)
  • Anthony James Gregor (Nova Iorque, 2 de abril de 1929) é um professor emérito de ciência política da Universidade da Califórnia, em Berkeley, reconhecido pelos seus estudos sobre fascismo, marxismo e segurança nacional. Gregor foi partícipe de um movimento de jovens estudantes na década de 1960 que rejeitou a interpretação tradicional do fascismo como sendo um fim em si mesmo, vazio de ideologia, reacionário e anti-moderno. Demonstrou a grande contribuição do fascismo italiano para as correntes ideológicas europeias nos campos da sociologia e da teoria política. Gregor enfatiza a coerência do fascismo como uma verdadeira teoria sociológica bem como de estado, e argumenta que o fascismo exerceu um papel revolucionário e modernizador na história europeia. Sua teoria sobre o fascismo genérico (pt)
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