TOTALITARIAN_Lecture - TOTALITARIAN DICTATORS Lecture Five Freedoms \u2022 Create THREE columns on a sheet of paper with the following headings \u2013

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TOTALITARIAN DICTATORS Lecture
Five Freedoms Create THREE columns on a sheet of paper with the following headings: Five freedoms I have Five rights or freedoms that are restricted at school The reasons for the restrictions (Think: why are you restricted from certain activities and who does the restricting?)
What’s the Difference? Authoritarian Totalitarian Having total control over the lives of the people. Having control, but not total control, over the lives of the people.
Authoritarian vs. Totalitarian Authoritarian = Authority Totalitarian = Total What type of governance does a school have? What actions would have to occur for a school to move from authoritarian governance to totalitarian governance?
FAILURE OF VERSAILLES The peace settlement that ended World War I (Versailles Treaty) failed to provide a “just and secure peace” as promised Instead Germany grew more resentful of the treaty they felt was too harsh and too punitive This unrest gave rise to an era of Dictators The Versailles Treaty (above on crutches) took a beating in the U.S. and abroad
Totalitarianism A country headed by a DICTATOR (one person) One POLITICAL PARTY rules Individuals have little power, freedom or rights. The government CONTROLS ALL ASPECTS of life including religion, speech, media and art No INDIVIDUAL privacy or FREEDOM Came to power after WW I .

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