We won't agree on the charts. As one who has taken the time to study political philosophies in theory and practice I see flaws throughout any set of charts or lines. Tell me. If you own a shoe factory that makes ladies shoes and I tell you that you may retain ownership of that factory if you sign a declaration of loyalty to my government and that loyalty will be assured by people that I will place in your factory to keep me posted and you will no longer be making shoes, but will instead be making army backpacks, and you will hire people that are acceptable to us and fire those who are not and, by the way, I am going to need the bulk of the money the factory makes, and if you deviate from my directives by even a small amount, you will find yourself on a cattle car destined for a very unpleasant place and I will place a new "owner" in your place, do you really believe that I have not squashed the private sector as effectively as stalin did? I keep hearing that. Do you know who first directed the media to characterize fascism as extreme right wing? None other than one joseph stalin. So fascism is right because it is headed by a dictator and the dictator, through his government controls the means of production, and is belligerant in his nationalism? Exactly how is that different from stalin who was decidedly left? The soviet union and china were excessively belligerant in thier nationalism, they were headed by a dictator and through government controlled the means of production. The only difference that I can name is that the names of people were written IN PENCIL on the deeds to the property. If they were not loyal members of the party, and did not follow directives to the letter, a new name, decided by the state, would be placed on the deed. Now feel free to try and describe a substantial difference between fascism and socialism if you like, but let me warn you that you will just keep digging yourself into a deeper and deeper hole. By the way, you may want to get away from dictionary definitions of political philosophies and look at the theory as put into practice. That is where the realities lie. Face it. Fascism was, and still is socialism.