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ID number:160955
Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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Even with all this knowledge, she was at a very low spot, meaning that she was only a secretary when she had the desire and the ability to do so much more. This is something sometimes associated with fascism. Fascists are dominated mainly by men, and women are not normally given the oppertunity to move up in the world, regardless of their possible contributions and talents.
<Tab/>All in all, I do not believe that Capra was a fascist and I do not think that his films portrayed a fascist view. I think that he displayed his true feelings and character into his movies, and even though some aspects of this film were strangly like some of the fascist beliefs, there was not enough of the kind of proof need to say that he was a fascist. His films did not represent anything negative or bad. I think that they were very inspirational and the only thing that I could think of that would make people believe that he was fascist, is that times were different and people were more suspicious.

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