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    more brutal systems of governing, where the most basic concepts of freedom and expression are hammered out of existence. It was in response to these aggressions that seemingly ideal forms of rule came to be. Communism, but more importantly Totalitarianism, was brought into existence in order…

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    With the rise of totalitarianism governments had experienced an increase of control the likes in which they have never seen before. During the 1920s and 1930s, governments in Eastern Europe transitioned from liberalistic governments into totalitarian dictatorships. The events of World War II brought to light the kinds of atrocities that a totalitarian government was capable of doing to its people. With the knowledge of the Holocaust, many people decided to investigate how such an event was able…

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    1984 Totalitarianism

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    One of the main themes of the novel is power of the government. This theme is visible is the totalitarianism of the government in Oceania. In Oceania the Party rules everything in the daily lives of the citizens. It is clear throughout the whole novel that the power that the Party has is unlimited. The leader of the Party, known only by the name Big Brother, can be found everywhere almost as a way to remind the people of who has all the power in their society. They constantly monitor their…

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    Totalitarianism In 1984

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    1984 is written by George Orwell who used Winston, the protagonist, to show the horrible possibilities of totalitarianism. Winston’s tendency to resist the oppressiveness of the Party on his individuality, and his intellectual aptitude to reason about his struggle, helps the reader visualizes the oppression that the Party, Big Brother, and the Thought Police placed on civilization. With Winston’s personality Orwell was free to do what he wanted with the story being able to develop Winston hate…

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    Totalitarianism Essay

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    totalitarian governments can exist on any end of political spectrum. From totalitarian communist regimes to the fascist government. An advantage is that it is easy to govern under the conditions of a totalitarian state because voting and other exercises of citizen’s freedom are not an impediment of governance. Another advantage could be that the role of the government is unlimited. Dictator in charge benefits widely from this type of regime because control and power is not shared or distributed…

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    Totalitarianism In 1984

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    Government taking advantages of people Orwell's goal was to warn us of the serious danger totalitarianism poses to society. Orwell's was a socialist and strongly believed in the potential for rebellion to go wrong and develop into totalitarian rule. We as citizens of this society, should not be letting the government control us because it could serve as a great benefit toward them and a danger to citizens. Our lives shouldn't be…

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    Totalitarianism in George Orwell’s ‘’1984” What is totalitarianism? There are many theories about the totalitarian concept but we will mention only few concepts. The totalitarian concept has been useful term to typify a particular genre of contemporary regime in an age of mass democracy in which the population can be controlled by a variety of means, especially by terror. by Michael Curtis{Totalitarianism, Michael Curtis;2} Linda Cemak on her book…

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    Mockingjay Extra Credit Essay In Suzanne Collin’s book Mockingjay, Collins explores the deprivation of morality through the totalitarian regime of the society of Panem. Following the Quarter Quell, the heroic protagonist Katniss Everdeen becomes the symbol of hope for the rebellion against the tyrannical Capitol. The whole novel establishes the theme of manipulative gameplay similar to the Hunger Games, in which high officials exploit their weak subjects for personal gain and fear. Thus, the…

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    Dave Egger Totalitarianism

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    Under this informational net it established, The Circle could manipulate people’s self-consciousness with supervision and obvious oriental guide in life-selection. As reflected by Mae in this psychological description, “Modern employment tactics create the illusion that our employer is our friend. This fabrication empowers the employer while denying the employed the right to vocalize and protest dissatisfaction of their working conditions. “You’re not going to stick around and help out? I…

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    The source believes that totalitarianism should be used regularly in governments in order to achieve goals. They have seen from history that totalitarianism results in great changes to a country. The USSR, for example, became rapidly industrialized under communism. The author ignores the fact that with this great power came great destruction to the lives of the citizens. Totalitarianism is an ideology that believes that the government should have complete control over nearly every aspect of its…

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