To what extent was Germany and Cuba a totalitarian state?
Totalitarianism - the theory
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Q: HOW HAS THE CONCEPT/THEORY OF TOTALITARIANISM CHANGED AND DEVELOPED OVER TIME?
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Q: WHAT ARE THE KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TOTALITARIAN AND AUTHORITARIAN STATES?
Totalitarianism, Authoritarianism, and Fascism: What Is the Difference?
Totalitarianism, authoritarianism, and fascism are all forms of government-and defining different forms of government isn't as easy as it might seem. All nations have an official type of government as designated in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's World Factbook. However, a nation's own description of its form of government can often be less than objective.
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Hitler: 125 - 127
Castro: 242 - 245
Using Shapiro's criteria for Totalitarian States - To what extent was Germany and Cuba a Totalitarian State?