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A political philosophy that calls for the glorification of the nation above the individual, a centralized goverment headed by a dictorial leader, severe economic and social regiment, and the use of force against opposition.
Fascism
A government in which power and authority rest with the people. People usually express their power through voting. The government is run by the people.
Democracy
The practice of seeking extension of a nations control by inquiring new territory. Often this is done solely for the benefit of the larger nation and at the expense of the smaller territory.
Imperialism
A government in which power and authority rest with the people. People usually express their power through voting. The government is run by the people.
Democracy
A political philosophy that calls for the glorification of the nation above the individual, a centralized goverment headed by a dictorial leader, severe economic and social regiment, and the use of force against opposition.
Fascism
A policy of giving into the demands of a hostile power in order to avoid conflict and maintain peace
Appeasment
A form of government in which the government is supreme and individuals have few rights. Total control of the government rests in the hands of one or a few persons.
Totalitarianism
Media that supports the spread of idea for the purpose of helping or damaging a cause. It influences people to accept a certain point of view by appealing to emotions rather that rationality.
Propaganda
A union of association of nations set up to further the common intersests of its members.
Alliance
The belief that a nation should stand alone and not get involved in the affairs and conflicts of other nations.
Isolationism