Trump’s use of a Puccini aria has caused some raised eyebrows. Michael Reynolds/EPA // Wikimedia Commons

How to negotiate the tricky territory of ‘fascist music’

Donald Trump has been accused of using a 'fascist' Puccini aria at rallies. But labelling this music as fascist is deeply problematic.

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