Course Description

Fascism began in 1919 as intense, racial nationalism; anti-intellectualism; rejection of compromise and contempt for the established society. A chauvinistic, reactionary dictator was needed to overturn the social order and redistribute social, political and economic power. It redirected populist, political, economic and sexual energy. Are we dangerously flirting with fascism?

Presented by Michael Heinsdorf, MDiv, STM, MA, a former Lutheran pastor, high school German instructor and adjunct faculty member at LaSalle University.

Membership in the Lifelong Learning Society for the Spring 2017 session is required in order to take this course. For more information on the LifeLong Learning Society, call 267-468-8500.


Class meets at the Temple University Ambler campus, March 15 to April 26 from 9:30 AM to 10:50 AM. There is no class on April 12.
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