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in times of crisis, when a nation's people are frightened, there are often calls for totalitarianism
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In Russia the dog whistle does not elicit cries of protest. Because of its history with totalitarianism, Russian society responds with mobilization.
Its only legacy has been to serve as a monument to the folly of well-meaning but naive democratic politicians out of their depth when confronting the rise of fascism, Nazism and communist totalitarianism.
His embrace of conservatism was cemented by his study of Soviet totalitarianism and his conclusion that some of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society social welfare programs had done more harm than good.
Where totalitarianism mobilises the people, authoritarianism breeds passivity.
Neither Hayek nor Mao could have imagined the knowledge-fueled totalitarianism that Mr. Xi has in mind.
One of the classic definitions is actually the dichotomy between authoritarianism and totalitarianism.
So Russian totalitarianism comes from the grassroots, not from the top down?
Gessen takes turns focusing on four particular earnest brave resisters to the totalitarianism of their country, Zhanna, Masha, Seryozha, and Lyosha.
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