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21 May, 01:24

What are two characteristics of a dictator/totalitarian leader

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  1. 21 May, 03:32
    Two characteristics of totalitarian regimes or dictatorships are that they restrict individual and collective opposition to the government and they exercise a great degree of control over the lives of citizens, both in public and private settings.


    Dictatorships or totalitarian regimes are an extreme example of authoritarianism. Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler are probably the most widely cited examples of leaders with this kind of ethos in modern world history. This is called totalitarianism because the heads of state look to represent the entire nation and to control and guide the totality of national goals. Another well known totalitarian leader is Benito Mussolini who described his view of government as: "Everything within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state."
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