Totalitarianism is about simple power whereas in fascism everything is done for preserving notion’s integrity. 2. Totalitarian states give equal importance to military and economic planning while fascist state gives more importance to military planning than economic. 3. Totalitarianism holds the authoritative power throughout the state while fascism beholds a great power to control any anti-regime activity.
It is also a very complex ideology as it varies from place to place. Fascism promotes Authoritarian Government Control, this means that the government controls everything. Fascism is generally associated with Nazi Germany however there are some differences, many people consider Nazism to be further right on the spectrum than Fascism. All Fascist parties have some things in common, such as allegiance to the state, and generally to a master race or group. Fascism is focused towards the nation, and making the nation better, stronger and more powerful.
The Federalist Paper 2 was written by John Jay, and it is one of the very few federalist papers that were written by him. Jay argues that a government is necessary in a society and that it should be granted a sufficient power in order to efficiently rule the country. Jay wrote, “Nothing is more certain than the indispensable necessity of government, and it is equally undeniable”. He also emphasized that people grant the government these powers, also that it is the people 's choice whether to unite under one national government or to separate. Jay emphasized, “ people of America that they should, to all general purposes, be one nation, under one federal government, or that they should divide themselves into separate confederacies”.
They were scared of tyranny, especially pertaining to the fact that under the new Constitution, the national government, or Congress, would be able to make decisions without even asking for the states’ permission. (Anti-Federalist 1: Brutus). Even though the Constitution called for checks and balances, Anti-Federalist Patrick Henry, was convinced that the president would be the one making all the decisions, not unlike a king. (Bianco and Canon, 44). The national supremacy clause in the Constitution even stated that national law supersedes any state law when there is conflict.
The main theme that entangles itself in all of the source material is the idea of how governments should be run in such a powerful empire, such as Imperial Rome and the Han Dynasty. Starting with the first source, it is evident that the first Qin emperor believed that only the orthodox teachings should be tolerated, which meant that the works of the Five Classics and its teachings were to be extinguished. The next primary source serves as a supplement to explaining the fall of the Qin dynasty due to its warring ideas and Jia Yi argues that if Confucius teachings were implemented then the dynasty would have still been intact. The third source explains how the Qin dynasty was unjust in its equal appropriation of punishment against criminals regardless of motives or social class. Essentially, Dong Zhongshu believed that a dynasty could not be successful if it failed to establish a fair and righteous justice system for its citizens.
The idea expressed by Rousseau in The People Should Have Power that “Man is born free. No man has any natural authority over others, force does not give anyone that right. The power to make laws belongs to the people and only to the people” influenced people who been suppressed by the royals and the aristocrats, and the independence of the United States is a perfect example for the Frenchmen to follow. Some people, such as historian Albert Mathiez, claims that leadership fell to the middle class with their knowledge of the ideas of the Enlightenment that “The middle class… was sensitive to their inferior legal position. The Revolution came from them- the middle class.
The Abraham Lincoln Brigade were people from the left-wing political party members such as communist, socialist, and anarchist. In addition, they were ordinary US citizens, nurses, technicians, women, men, Blacks and Whites. They fought besides 52 countries who wanted to stop the spread of fascism, which is a right-wing political party. When Spain was became a republic, right-wing party wanted it to go back to its old way. Thus, military in Spain tried to overthrow Spain Republic, because it was seen as a threat to right-wing’s government power.
There are two types of monarchy... Absolute monarchy and Constitutional monarchy. In the absolute monarchy ,all the power is given to one person alone- the executive power, legislative power and legal power. On the other hand,constitutional monarchy is completely different... Here the King or Queen don´t have absolute power because the country also has an elected government,with a prime minister. It is like a mixture between monarchy and democracy,and a lot of countrys
Many historians look at this issue with hindsight, comparing Hitler’s government to the model of one today. Instead, Hitler’s government should be analysed while keeping in mind that Germany was a totalitarian state. Since the country believes in a one ruler system, the government is very likely to be structured similarly as well. This in turn raises the question, through the system Hitler implemented, how were politicians able to prove themselves worthy of power to Hitler? Did this structure of the government truly hinder the rise of these politicians?
Are all the threats faced by the world real or just an exercise of power as thought control? People fear chaos and the “nature state” hence enter a social contract. Similarly, when ideologies stop assisting in solving issues faced by people, leading to chaos, power through terror is utilised to strengthen the social fabric and prevent the breakdown of society by determining their needs and wants. Hence, when Qutb experienced the American society he became disillusioned with it and worked on ideas that would maintain a cohesive society. Likewise, Leo Strauss grew vary of Liberalism and believed that it would lead to its own destruction.