Totalitarianism

Parent Category: Political Theory
Totalitarianism is total government control over all aspects of a person's life, public and private.
totalitarian state, which controls people's life from all sides labor,business, religion, education, and othetr more things. all these are freedoms rights which suppose to be secured and not to be taken or conrolled
1. industrial policies 2. agricultural policies 3. art/religion 4. education 5. control methods 6. propaganda methods
Dictators and true Monarchs have no congress to stop them.
No. A look into the history of any country that exists or has existed under totalitarian rule will always reveal a disaster. And the only time that these countries started to succeed was when the dictatorship failed.
Some countries that have a totalitarian government are China, Cuba,Egypt, and Iran. North Korea and Saudi Arabia also havetotalitarian governments.
The Soviet Union became a totalitarian state under Joseph Stalin. Stalin was a member of the Bolshevik Party and was the secretary of the party. His duties included appointing members, so he appointed members who he trusted and would follow him. He then seized power and killed off all members of the...
People often accept a totalitarian government for a number of reasons. Firstly, a nation can find itself under a totalitarian government incrementally. In these cases, a government slowly erodes the liberties of the society and moves towards totalitarianism. Germany in the 1930s is an example of...
The government controls and censors the media.
Hitler did practice a totalitarian form of government. Atotalitarian state is when the state holds the power over thesociety.
Not necessarily. The word totalitarian is generally only applied to some 20th century dictatorships. A key feature of totaliarianism is the politicization of all activities, including leisure. Ealier absolute monarchs did not do this.
He became the leader of Germany on 30 January 1933.
Common features of totalitarian regimes can include several things. Some regimes involved a single ruler with aboslute power and control as the central authority in the nation. Others involve a nation that is governed by a ruler or small group of rulers (oligarchy) with a small administration....
Zimbabwe, under Robert Mugabe . Congo Brazzavile, under Denis Sassou Nguesso . Uganda, under Yoweri Musseveni . Gambia, under Yahya Jammeh . Rwanda, under Kagame Paul
It is a form of government in which the leaders use complete power over nearly every aspect of human affairs. Authoritarianism and totalitarianism are alike because both are dictatorships, but totalitarian government is more extreme.
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There is no meaningful code of ethics when doing business with a totalitarian government, because it is in itself unethical to do so. When google and yahoo assisted the Chinese government in censoring the internet and identifying(and imprisoning) political dissidents, they were publicly condemned...
In Germany at the time the economy was in shambles and people whereon real hard times. Hitler promised a better life for Germany. Inthe early stages of his power Hitler was viewed as a hero forturning the country around and believe it or not was envied byother leaders. It has been argued that if...
In totalitarianism the government rules everything, public and private. Democratic thinking is when the people of the country or state have a voice in decisions regarding political aspects.
A communist government is a social systemcharacterized by the absence of social classes, and is completely Socialist, thus having poor quality health care for it's citizens. Socialism is basically when the Government starts to take over and control big businesses and the health care industry....
The Government must find a way to convey its teachings and laws in a way so that the people follow them without any problems or idea of revolution.
When Soviet Leader Lenin died in 1924, it was Joseph Stalin whoquickly ascended to power, ultimately leading the Soviet Union to atotalitarian state.
Merit: If the totalitarian government is benevolent and the people's need are being met the society can achieve spectacular and sublime results, i.e., the Pyramids of Egypt. Imagine, if you would, an ant colony; a total lack of diversity, everyone knows their place and duty, everyone works to the...
It will likely be the groups that already rely heavily upon their government. People who are on welfare or other government assistance. While they may not support the potential control of their everyday lives, it may be easier for them to accept total government control of the economy. There are...
Joseph Stalin was the "totalitarian" leader of the Soviet Union after Lenin, however he did not have dictatorial powers immediately after Lenin's death in 1924. It took Stalin until the mid 1930's before he had eliminated almost all of his equals in the Communist Party and installed people loyal to...
The people would gain the idea that the government is the answer toeverything, using totalitarian tactics such as censorship, mediabans, violence, etc..
Some did and do, others didn't and don't. Hitler attacked atheists as he seemed to equate atheism with communism.
A totalitarian society, such as Hitler's Germany and Stalinist Russia, is one in which the state controls all aspects of life and the state usually has ubuquitous authoritative power over the nation.
The government tries to control the totality of a person's life:every, single decision. That is why it is called totalitarianism(from totality).
After the World Trade Centers fell and images of it were seen by everyone, the government got the necessary amount of patriotism/nationalism from the people to lead them into a war with no just cause. They labeled the Taliban as an oppressive government and demonized them and Al Qaeda as "freedom...
Afghanistan, Cuba, North Korea, Laos and Vietnam.
There are a number of such techniques including: . Secret Police . Monitoring Cameras . Incentivizing Snitching to the Government . Propaganda (visual, auditory, etc.) . Rote Exercises . Execution of Anti-Regime Advocates . Limiting Freedoms of Speech, Press, Assembly, Religion, andMovement ....
You need a combination of things: A strong codified constitution in which sovereignty lies: This is really important because it means that all the branches of government (executive, legislature and judiciary) know what the limits of their powers are and under what circumstances they can be...
Nobody can actually control what a person thinks other than thatparticular person, but the governments and secret police intotalitarian states do as much as they can to influence people'sthought patterns and control their access to information.
Joseph (Uncle Joe) Stalin did not start totalitarian government. He developed the Communist system of government. These are slightly different.
Hitler was able to establish a totalitarian regime in Germanythrough violence and persuasion. He persuaded the passing of theEnabling Law, allowing him to pass any laws he wanted. He hadkilled the SS army and Ernst Rohm without trial to ensure that hemade certain supporters happy.
Complete Conformity. All individuals are required to fall in line with the State (Government)
Yes, Trotsky was a totalitarian in the sense that he would permit no deviation from the Bolshevik/Communist plan for the country whether the people wanted it or not. Trotsky was every bit as ruthless and oppressive as Lenin was toward anyone who voiced opposition to the Party line.
Absolutely. One of the main points of Leninism is that revolution could be achieved only by a small group of professional revolutionaries as opposed to the populace in general. Thus, once he and his Bolsheviks did take over the country, they had to maintain their gains by the same method. All other...
A "benign dictatorship" is one that allows for actions not hampered by representative government by one who supposedly acts in the best interests of the nation and its people. Though there are most likely instances of this happening, it has built in shortcomings. Will the rule always be benign? How...
because he led by fear, he killed those who were not worthy, much alike the famous leader, Ashton Smith.
Germany (Adolf Hitler). Italy ( Benito Mussolini)
The various powerful and rival factions come together and agree upon a person acceptable to all. Usually a person perceived as a safe non-entity that each group imagines they can control. This method failed miserably in Germany, leading to Hitler. However, the Russians in their communist phase...
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To have a totalitarian regime the leader of the contry must have complete control of everything in the country with no one else having any power. Italian Mussolini aimed to make Italy totalitarian but this failed because power still existed with the elites of Italian society which include: The...
Francisco Franco was a totalitarian dictator of Spain but he was not part of the Axis Force because his nation was a neutral nation. There were two totalitarian dictators who were part of the Axis Force in World War 2. They were Benito Mussolini of Italy and Adolf Hitler of Germany. Josef Stalin was...
Which following countries? North Korea would be one at random.
North Korea , Burma , China , Cuba ,
Many europeans lost faith in their democratic governments
Yes he was a totalitarian ruler.
In a democratic government, citizens have a say when it comes to how the country is run. In a totalitarian regime, the country is ruled by a very tiny group of elite citizens (usually military generals and industrialists). In a democratic regime, people have more control over their lives. However,...
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It has never been possible before in history. Today, totalitarianism is impossible.
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Hitler knew that democracy would only hinder or prevent his plans.
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Fascist Italy is generally regarded as the first totalitarian state (1922 onwards) with the Soviet Union not far behind. It took a little longer for the Soviet Union to become totalitarian (and it's not in Western Europe).. By totalitarian one normally understands a one-party state that is...
WW I was not the cause. They have existed since the ancient Roman empire and the many Chinese dynasties.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (commonly known as North Korea) is officially a single-party military dictating Juche republic, which is incorrectly colloquiallized with totalitarianism and communism, even though most Western and European media recognize the nation as a totalitarian state....
He ruled with absolute authority. He isn't. He is dead.
Features exemplify a utopian style of government that includesoverthrowing an existing ruler, eliminating poverty and rivalrypolitical parties and censoring media communication to the public.
Absolutely. One of the main points of Leninism is that revolution could be achieved only by a small group of professional revolutionaries as opposed to the populace in general. Thus, once he and his Bolsheviks did take over the country, they had to maintain their gains by the same method. All other...
Before Lenin's death, Stalin began establishing centralized powerby appointing his friends and allies into positions of power. Whenhe was the leader of the Soviet Union, he went on to usestrategically propaganda and the secret police to establish atotalitarian state that quickly did away with...
Some of the key elements of a totalitarian state are complete suppression of speech and criticism against the government and its individual leaders. Leaders in a totalitarian state try to maintain a level of fear among the populace as a way to ensure that they don't have the urge to press for...
...it tries to have total control of all aspects of society.
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