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What is a totalitarian state?

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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 courts, the police, the media and the government.

All freedoms wil be denied. In essence, totalitarianism means total

control of a people by one individual and the government it has

created.


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