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The Torch is the official symbol of Revivalism and it represents the revival of a nation

Revivalism (Kadolhan: Оживљанство, Oživljanstvo) is a worldview that emerged in the early 20th century, characterized by autocratic rule, a systematic order of society and the organization of the economy into corporations or syndicates, as well as suppression of opposition parties. The first Revivalist movement formed after the First Great War, specifically in 1920, the National Revivalist Party in the Second Kadolhan Republic at the time. Revivalism is a Third Positionist worldview, essentially opposing both capitalism and communism, and is not located on the left–right political spectrum. Most western scholars classify Revivalism as a far-right ideology, which is a common mistake, as it opposes the left–right spectrum and is considered a worldview. The first country to become Revivalist is Kadolha after The Storming of Kradelas in 1924, whereas the National Revivalist Party headed by Dragan Obrenović, took control of the entire country and established a Revivalist regime. There are different forms of Revivalism, such as Bloodian Stratocratic Revivalism, although the most prominent form is Kadolhan Revivalism.

In Revivalism, the concept of democracy is considered outdated, because the nation is divided among numerous parties with their own supporters, thus it needs to be united under one party and led by one man, with an authoritarian government in place. The matter of religion varies in different forms of Revivalism, such as in Kadolhan Revivalism, the religion of the Kadolhans is considered to be Kadolhan Rodnovery. Economically-wise, Revivalism is anti-capitalist and anti-communist, the economy is organized into corporations or syndicates which work together to benefit the state. Worker strikes are banned and the existence of the bourgeoisie and workers class are preserved, allowing cooperation between the two and eliminating class warfare. Revivalism aims for the preservation of the nation and its traditions, in Kadolhan Revivalism, the question of culture, race and national identity are all equally important, and civic nationalism doesn't exist as a part of Revivalism.