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A totalitarian state is one in which the government exercises complete control over everyday life of its people.
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What is a totalitarian state?

Answer . A state in which the government controls every aspect of public and private life.; Existed in Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union. A totalitarian state is one in which all systems of government are controlled by a central power. A dictorship and a party will control the law cou (MORE)

What is Totalitarian?

1 of the defitions of totalitarian is: of or pertaining to a centralized government that does not tolerate parties of differing opinion and that exercises dictatorial control over many aspects of life. Another defition is relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and (MORE)

What is a totalitarian government?

Answer 1 Totalitarianism is a term employed by some political scientists,especially those in the field of comparative politics, to describemodern regimes in which the state regulates nearly every aspect ofpublic and private behavior. The most influential scholars of totalitarianism, such as KarlPo (MORE)

What is totalitarian government?

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.

What are some Ethics of doing business in countries with a totalitarian government?

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 fo (MORE)

What are examples of totalitarian countries?

A totalitarian government is a country run with only one political party, like China, or North Korea. The government can prevent people from doing anything including leaving the country. Stalin lead a totalitarian government in Russia during the Cold War. Totalitarianisn can also mean that this coun (MORE)

What countries have a totalitarian form of government?

There are presently a number of totalitarian states on Earth; the most extreme example is that of North Korea and Lithuania's "Seimas". Burma (also known as Myanmar) is also notable for its totalitarianism, as are several other nations including China, Libya, Syria, etc.

Countries under totalitarian rule?

In the modern day, there are very few countries that are undertotalitarian rule. Some countries, however, are democracies onpaper but are dictatorships in reality. An example is the countryof Zimbabwe in Southern Africa.

Why did totalitarianism start?

European totalitarianism (such as Nazism, Communism, and Fascism) began as a result of the Great Depression. The Depression had many country's citizens desperate for a solution to their economic problems, and followed the extreme socialist leaders who promised restoration. These leaders became dic (MORE)

Totalitarian government is?

A government that has total power over its citizens. usually one ruler but can be an oligarchy or just a group on meanies. like in Russia's communist government. NOt a democracy.

What countries are totalitarian?

Any who are not ruled by a democratic form of government. This would include any nations under a Communist regime (e.g.: People's Republic of China, North Korea, etc), as well as certain so-called monarchies (e.g.: Saudi Arabia, etc.) If you wish a complete list of all non-totalitarian nations in t (MORE)

What is totalitarian communism?

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. Social (MORE)

What place or country is associated with Joseph Stalin or event in terms of totalitarianism?

Stalin was head of the both the Communist Party and the Government in the Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics from the 1920s until he died in the early 1950s. The "USSR", also referred to as the "Soviet Union" consisted of 15 Soviet Socialist Republic, the largest of which was Russia. When the So (MORE)

In which West European country did a totalitarian leader first take control?

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 intern (MORE)

What is a totalitarian system?

Totalitarianism is a political system where the state recognizes no limits to its authority, and works to regulate every aspect of public and private life. Totalitarianism emerged in the twentieth century because the means for total social control did not exist before that time. These systems move (MORE)

Which countries have totalitarian systems today?

Many countries today still have totalitarian governments. People's republic of China, Burma, Cuba, Vietnam, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, North Korea, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Syria, Laos, Somalia, Iran, & Jordan. And probably Egypt? o_o

Which countries have totalitarianism?

Two nations in the world who have totalitarian regimes are NorthKorea and Myanmar (Burma). Both nations have repressive governmentsthat allow citizen few if any rights.

What are totalitarian governments?

A totalitarian government is one with absolute power over the economy, government, and society. This means elections, market policy, and religious or social policy will be fused directly to the state's wishes, thus giving the people no freedom at all. This differs from the authoritarian model, wher (MORE)

Where is a country with totalitarianism?

Most Communist countries are a totalitarian government. This includes North Korea, Vietnam, and China. Also, I think the country of Libya follows a dictatorship, but is not communist.

Was is a totalitarianism?

Totalitarianism refering to a totalitarian state is a one party state in which each person is supposed to work towards the good of state, much like the aim of Stalin's USSR, or the Nazi's Germany.

Did Sparta have totalitarianism?

Yes. Sparta was a totalitarian state. Every Spartan had no choice, from cradle to grave, on what they were allowed to do. The government controlled every aspect of their life and fed them their ideals on bravery and strength.

What did totalitarianism have to do with the Holocaust?

Totalitarianism has alot to do with the Holocaust. Hitler used the power of controlling all the media to blame all misfortune that came onto Germany, on the Jewish. If something went wrong, blame it on the Jews. This provided a scapegoat for Hitler, so he could come into power and 'cleanse' Germany (MORE)

What is the rise of totalitarianism?

The rise of totalitarianism happens during the Great Depression and before WWII. The governments associated are fascism, communism, the Nazi Party, and socialism. It is the rise of governments with dictators.

What was the cause of Russia becoming a totalitarian country?

Russia has never really been anything other than a totalitarian country until the fall of communism in 1990, and even now, Vladimir Putin is somewhat dictatorial for an elected President. If we go back in history we would find that the first unified government of Russia was that of Gengis Khan's Mon (MORE)

Where does totalitarianism exist?

There are presently a number of totalitarian states on Earth; the most extreme example is that of North Korea. Burma (also known as Myanmar) is also notable for its totalitarianism, as are several other nations including China, Libya, Syria, etc.

What are traits of totalitarianism?

In totalitarianism, one faction/group/party/class etc claims complete control over all parts of people's public and private lives. Traits of this environment include: 1) all-embracing ideology 2) propaganda 3) single group that controls all of state 4) restriction of free speech or criticism (MORE)

Is Australia a totalitarian country?

No. Australia is completely democratic. Citizens are free to express their opinions and follow whomever they wish politically, socially and religiously.

What four countries were ruled by totalitarian during world war 2?

Germany (Adolf Hitler) and Russia (Josef Stalin). Many people believe Italy was a totalitarian government, but historians aren't sure whether Mussolini intended to have complete control over the people. Another possibly totalitarian government was Japan under Hirohito's rule. However, most people (MORE)

What African countries still have totalitarian government today?

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabhwe. Gnassingbé Éyadéma, Togo. Joseph Kony, Uganda North. Obiang Nguema, Guinea Ecuatorial. Omar Bongo, Gabon. Mswati, KaNgwane. Joseph Kabila, Congo-Kinshasa. Deby, T Chad. Yahya Jammeh, the Gambia. Lansana Conté, Guinée-Conakry. Blaise Compaoré, Burkina Faso. (MORE)

Why did so many countries turn to totalitarian dictatorships after World War 1?

Their economies were in shambles and their legislatures were fragmented, and hopelessly gridlocked over matters of policy, unable to meet the needs of the people because of internal squabbling. The Fascist Party in Italy, and the Nazis in Germany, offered quick, uncomplicated, law and order, and eff (MORE)

What is totalitarian government-?

A Totalitarian government is one in which the states controlseverything in society. This includes public and private life of itscitizens.

Which of the weapons of totalitarian governments do you think is most effective in maintaining control of a country?

The Russian revolution was like a firecracker with a very longfuse. In 1881 Alexander 3 succeeded his father alexander 2, and haltedall reforms in Russia. To wipe out revolutionaries, Alexander 3 used harsh measures. To establish a uniform russian culture, Alexander 3 oppressed othernational groups (MORE)