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See the main article for this category, Totalitarianism.


Articles about totalitarian regimes, governments, leaders and philosophy. It may be seen as an arbitrary "Authoritarianism++". However, there are notable features which distinguish the two:

  • The desire to possess, not only control of groups, but control of individual people.
  • Severe intolerance to all disagreement and dissent, whereas authoritarianism tends to have some room for dissent.
  • Extreme, exasperated censorship, and equally matched with the idea that the dictator/state should be lorded and showered with praise

Best-edited articles in the "Totalitarianism" category