Looking at this Google Trends line, there were two peak periods when there was a strong interest in fascism in the US: at the beginning of Trump’s term and towards the end. While those were peaks, there was much talk about fascism through his period in office. As he fades away (rots in jail?), I expect that interest to die off now the US has a new president. Let’s hope.
Meanwhile, the more and more I became convinced of the fascist behavior of the Trump administration, the more I started to read about it. Two links I found interesting were these:
- What 1930s political ideologies can teach us about the 2020s | Aeon Essays
- The Best Books on Fascism | Five Books Expert Recommendations
If you are interesting / worried about the rise of neo-fascism, I recommend those links.
(Image is one of the best books on fascism).