If state capitalism is part of the Peoples Republic of China and Nazi Germany why did you include it as a characteristic of conservatism in post #8?State capitalism is intervention in the economy on the side of business. Trademarks often include regressive tax, fiscal support for failing businesses, and corporate welfare.
An extreme form of state capitalism was implemented in the Soviet Union. And you are quite right to cite Nazi Germany and the PRC (though until the '60s/'70s, it was mostly an agrarian pre-industrial base).
Truth be known there wasn?t much difference between National Socialism in Germany and soviet socialism in Stalinist Russia. But yet in popular parlance Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union are supposed to be on opposite sides of the political spectrum and according to the Left in America conservatives are the same as Nazis.