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The Rise of Totalitarian Dictatorships

Summary: This essay outlines how totalitarian governments originated, and the different types and views of each. Communism, fascism, and the Nazi regime are discussed.
The Rise of Totalitarian Dictatorships

The rise and fall of the totalitarian dictatorships was a hasty and captivating movement. No two dictatorships were the same but they shared some general rules. They used "secret police" to eradicate opposers to their radical ideas. They focused on the goals of the state and not the goals of the people. They exercised state control of every aspect of life such as: politics, culture, education, and religion. They all had one main ruler known as the dictator. The dictator is still one of the most feared positions in a government.

We all know the story of Hitler and the holocaust, but we do not realize this rise of dictatorships and socialism was not such a hasty overthrown but a subtle uprising. It crept up upon the unsuspecting members of society without them knowing what they had become. They praised these villainous heroes...

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