What is some good ideological literature about fascism?
I have read Stirner and enjoyed it.
Ive read a few lefty political books, and I think that something along the lines of a "vanguard party" sounds reasonable.
I really know nothing about fascism.
The Doctrine of Fascism by Mussolini [first half is actually ghost written by Giovanni Gentile]
fascism is mostly about 'muh feels' and is anti-intellectual so their isn't much intellectual justification behind it
Maybe read the "Manifesto of the Futurist Painters"
Fascism has nothing to do with what a vanguard party is. Shit, the whole organizational and ideological conception of the Fascist Party and the Leninist Party are completely different.
>How does Stirner's philosophy have anything to do with fascism? I'm seriously asking
It's actually the opposite of fascism. And I mean opposite not in an emotional sense but in a logical, formal sense.
Stirner destroys the basis for oppressive ideologies. Now people who have their medium-oppressive ideology shattered and can't deal with it might turn to fascism (both historically and teenagers on 4chan). This however empirically isn't a result of reading Stirner (both historically and on 4chan), and it also isn't compatible with Stirner (obviously).
The only people who think Stirner has anything to do with fascism are those who are salty af about their own preferred ideology being killed by Stirner (formally, logically, unfortunately not IRL because people have irrational methods of defending their spooks to themselves). This results in Marxists saying that Stirner was a proto-fascist, for example.