Totalitarianism

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Totalitarianism is a word used to describe modern regimes (political systems) where the government controls every part of public and private behavior, including the way that people think, behave, and talk. This idea was mainly used in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.

It often involves mass participation in events such as parades or rallies.

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