totalitarian

[ toh-tal-i-tair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF totalitarian

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Convince her its governments were evil, totalitarian, when in reality they were democratic?

The totalitarian era is passing, its old ideas blown away like leaves from an ancient, lifeless tree.

Modern China faces more than political problems; a totalitarian revolution has engulfed it.

The totalitarian state does not recognize personal liberties for the individual.

The concept of private property in the totalitarian state is also at variance with the democratic concept of private property.

The Weimar Constitution provided the Nazis with a convenient basis for the establishment of the totalitarian state.

The legal system in these countries is biased against the individual, antiquated and totalitarian.

This totalitarian trading system insures that foreign trade serves the purposes of the state.

In the totalitarian East there is political censorship, and the media of mass communications are controlled by the State.

They would then be free to impose their will and spread their totalitarian ideology.

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