High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Abbé François Xavier Haegy (December 2, 1870-May 11, 1932) was an Alsatian priest, journalist, and politician. Born in Hirsingue, he was the sworn enemy of the abbé Wetterlé, and was an ardent Francophobe of peasant origin who was more at ease speaking with peasants than in the salons of Strasbourg. As a result he had a great deal of popular success while at the same time remaining limited in his appeal to the bourgeoisie of Alsace. Stubborn on the point of dogma, he was nevertheless fairly liberal on social matters and attempted to promote Catholic syndicalism to save the world from socialism and its evils. He died in Colmar.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! National syndicalism is a variant of syndicalism typically associated with the labor movement in Italy which would later become a basis of Benito Mussolini s National Fascist Party.Unlike anarcho-syndicalists, trade unionists, and Marxist elements of the Italian labor movement, the national syndicalists supported Italy s involvement in World War I. They also rejected the internationalism of the anarchists and Marxists in favor of militarism and nationalism.National syndicalists imagined that the liberal democratic political system would be destroyed in a massive general strike, at which point the nation s economy would be transformed into a corporatist model based on class collaboration, contrasted with Marxist class struggle. (see the Nazi model of Volksgemeinschaft).