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Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy

Second Edition, Revised by Carl J. Friedrich

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ISBN 9780674332607

Publication Date: 01/01/1965

439 pages

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Totalitarian Dictatorships and Autocracy identifies the essential aspects of the totalitarian state and discusses the durability and further evolution of totalitarian systems. Friedrich has completely revised the original edition, updating and recasting the chapters where necessary to incorporate recent information, and has added a large amount of new material.

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