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  • TotalitarianismIt is a political system where the states recognizes no limits to its authority and regulates everybody lives wherever they want. Cedar Robertson 2.17.12 Period 5
  • Vladimir LeninVladimir was a communist politician.New Economic Policy, it was acombination of communism andcapitalism.The proletariat was the lower socialclass. The workers state.
  • Stalin Stalin’s purges were the mi"ions of“enemies” that he murdered.His 5-year plans were goals that weremeant to strengthen the economy.Co"ectivization is when groups ofpeople are sent out to gather crops forthe government.
  • Mao ZedongMao Zedong was a leader in Chaochan,China.Like Stalin, Mao Zedong ki"ed the peoplethat posed as a “threat” to him. Hebelieved that the economy and the statewas more important than the people there.He ki"ed Jiang Jie-shi (Chiang Kai-shek)to gain power.
  • Mao Zedong ContinuedThe Cultural Revolution was a social politicalmovement that took place in the People’s Republic ofChina (om 1966 through 1976.His great leap forward was an economic and socialcampaign of the Communist Party of China. Thisresulted in the death of about 45 mi"ion people.
  • HitlerMein Kampf was a book that Hitler wrote whilehe was imprisoned.The Reichstag fire was a fire that was in theReichstag Building. Because of this power wasgiving to Adolf Hitler and he kept movingforward until he died.The SS was meant to be a bodyguard for seniorNazis. Eventua"y they just became Hitler’sbodyguard.