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Unlike personalistic dictatorships, new forms of authoritarianism have institutionalized representation of a variety of actors (in Spain's case, including the military, the Catholic Church, Falange, monarchists, technocrats and others). Unlike totalitarian states, the regime ...

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Authoritarianism, principle of blind submission to authority, as opposed to individual freedom of thought and action. In government, authoritarianism denotes any political system that concentrates power in the hands of a leader or a small elite that is not constitutionally responsible to the body of the people. Authoritarian ...

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No two governments, past or present, are exactly the same. However, it is possible to examine the similarities and differences among political and economic systems and categorize different forms of government. One simple way to categorize governments is to divide them into democratic and authoritarian political systems.

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AUTHORITARIAN SYSTEM. Robert Bedeski,. University of Victoria, Canada. Keywords: authoritarianism, authoritarianism, china, authoritarianism, europe, authoritarianism, mexico, authoritarianism, south korea, authoritarianism, southeast asia, authority, communism, democracy, dictatorship, fascism, force, government,.

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Feb 18, 2017 ... The unit gives each country a score between 1-10, based on electoral process and pluralism, functioning of government, political participation, political culture, and civil liberties. It then breaks the results into four categories: Full democracy; Flawed democracy; Hybrid; Authoritarian. 'Flawed democracies' ...

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Political scientists use the term authoritarianism to describe a way of governing that values order and control over personal freedom. A government run by authoritarianism is usually headed by a dictator.

www.quora.com/What-are-the-characteristics-of-an-authoritarian-government

The other answers have covered pretty much everything about authoritarian forms of government. You know the usual: state censorship of news and information, secret laws, secret courts, arbitrary detention and punishment, arbitrary taxation, differential application of public policies, multiple bodies with legislative powers, ...

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Authoritarian definition, favoring complete obedience or subjection to authority as opposed to individual freedom: authoritarian principles; authoritarian attitudes. See more.

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Authoritarianism is a form of social organization characterized by submission to authority and thus usually opposed to individualism, liberalism, democracy, libertarianism and anarchism. Authoritarian governments are those in which political authority is concentrated in a small group, usually unelected by the people, who ...