A dictatorship is a system of government in which a single person or party has complete political power; the dictator often maintains power by employing oppressive methods. Dictatorship is an old form of government with ... More »

A dictatorship is a type of government in which one individual has full power and control over the country and its citizens. Dictatorships date back thousands of years but still exist today. More »

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There is no common set of laws within a dictatorship because the laws are always decided by the dictator himself. Most dictators enact laws that are meant to better the country, but the actual benefit of such laws is sub... More »

A single person, called a dictator, holds absolute power in a dictatorship. As of October of 2014, there are 23 countries operating under a dictatorship including, Vietnam, Somalia, Syria, Cuba and Egypt. More »

A democracy is a government in which the people possess the ultimate power, while a dictatorship is a government in which the ruler possesses all the power. The exercise of power in a democracy varies, as the people may ... More »

Fascism is a dictatorial form of government that rejects the tenets of democracy, socialism and capitalism, and a fascist will believe that the state has the right to take extreme measures, including conducting surveilla... More »

There is no common set of laws within a dictatorship because the laws are always decided by the dictator himself. Most dictators enact laws that are meant to better the country, but the actual benefit of such laws is sub... More »