In fact, the appearance of these modes is determined not so much an ideology as the desire to create a strong state power. These modes can be found a lot in common with the tyrannical regimes of antiquity, the Middle Ages, Byzantium, countries of the East, theocratic states, and so on. D. Initially, the Communists regarded the Nazis as dangerous competitors in the struggle for influence over the masses than the Socialists, the Social Democrats, whom they even called social fascists. In 1923, he was educated workers Socialist International (RCI), which held "constructive socialism" line on successive reforms. In the era of the come "organized capitalism" mainly for the workers the Social Democrats of Europe believed in government "complicity", "equitable business cooperation" between employers and workers in the framework of social legislation. Glavnymnapravleniem work they considered parliamentary activity, "the parliamentary road to socialism." Leaders of RCI stated its commitment to Marxism, fighting for the interests of workers, condemned the anti-Soviet intervention plans, the colonial policy of imperialism and called for the struggle against reaction and fascism, put forward the slogan of disarmament and the peaceful settlement of international conflicts.