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5 September, 16:57

Why might a person prefer to live in a dictatorship?

Dictatorships usually take power peacefully

Dictators can be voted out of office if they do a poor job

Dictators provide citizens with a great deal of freedom

Dictatorships take on responsibility for most of their citizens' needs

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  1. 5 September, 17:11
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    Dictators take on responsibility for most of their citizens' needs
  2. 5 September, 18:34
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    Dictatorships take on responsibility for most of their citizens' needs

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    After the Great Depression, great dictatorships emerged that proved capable of resolving crises more effectively than democracies. Both the Soviet Union and the Five-Year Plan, as well as the prewar Nazi Germany, Mussolini's Italy (who was praised for "making trains run on time", that is, for ending the strikes and economic chaos that existed dominated that country) and imperial Japan, all countries that imposed strong state controls on the economy, resolved the crisis in the mid-thirties. This led to the rise of totalitarian political projects, which were supported by citizens in general, since they observed that they could solve the social and economic problems they had at that time.
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