Asked in Government, Fascism
Is fascism a limited or unlimited government?
Fascism is a political ideology rather than a government. It promotes nationalistic viewpoints and where fascists obtain power in government, the result is usually an authoritarian government with an aim to reach unlimited power. ...
Asked in Government
Is Totalitarianism a form of authoritarian Government?
yes totalitarianism is a form of authoritarian government,because it involve absolute power and authority without caring the which of people. ...
Why is china considered an authoritarian government?
Because China does not allow dissent. In other words, the society is governed by an authority that has absolute power over its citizens, which is the definition of an authoritarian government. ...
Asked in Socialism
What is socialism about?
Socialism is on the extreme left of the political spectrum. It puts almost all of the power into the government. Opposite of that is fascism. Which puts all of the power in corporations. Socialism--> Liberalism--> Centrist <--Conservatism <--Fascism ...
Asked in US Presidents
What is after authoritarianism on the political power spectrum?
If we imagine that the greatest extreme of political power is authoritarianism, then a lesser degree of political power would be a democratically elected leader, who may wield great power, but who also can be voted out of office. ...
The type of government in which all the power is in hands of one person or group is called?
totalitarian authoritarian dictatorship
Asked in International Government, Government
Political system in which power is shared by the national government and smaller political units?
Federalism is the political system where power is shared between the national government and smaller political units. The national government and smaller units are bound together by a political covenant. ...
What is the difference between authoritarianism and democracy?
The primary difference between an authoritarian government and a democratic government is that in a democratic government, the rulers are voted into power by some form of popular vote, either direct or indirect. In an authoritarian government, the rulers inherit power by some other means, usually violence (dictators, military juntas, or warlords) or heredity (monarchs) or religious right (theocrats). ...
Authoritarian government features?
An Authoritarian government demands blind obedience from its populace. They are often identified with leaders that possess a cult of personality or populist traits. Power is concentrated and centralized. There is zero opposition tolerance and little or no regard for human rights. ...
Asked in Political Science
What is a difference between an authoritarian government and a democratic government?
in authoritarian govt.the state is governed by the authoritarians. in other words, by the people who have power. they make the rules according to their will. on the other hand in democratic govt. the real power vested in the hands of public. they choose their representatives who make the rules for welfare of public. ...
Asked in Political Theory, Dictatorship
What is the term for a government that exerts a great deal of power over the actions of the population but does not interfere with their ideas and intimate lives?
There is no specific word for this kind of government. There is the term AUTHORITARIANISM which refers to any government that wields significant power over a population, but there is no requirement that an authoritarian government not interfere with citizens' ideas and intimate lives. However, authoritarian governments that do wield power over citizens' ideas and intimate lives are called totalitarian governments. ...