What is the definition of totalitarianism?
Totalitarianism: A single, dominant governing elite of
all organized political, economic, social and cultural activities
in a country by means of a single-party monopoly of power,
including police repression, rigorous censorship of the mass media,
centralized state planning and administration of the economy, and
pervasive propaganda to inculcate the principles of the obligatory
official ideology. The term is commonly applied both to fascist
regimes and communist regimes, and occasionally by extension to
other exotic cultsi.