Related formsto·tal·i·tar·i·an·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for totalitarianism
The huge difference between those rulers and Napoleon comes down to one word: totalitarianism.
If young adults can handle erotic vampires and totalitarianism, surely they can stomach some more fictional blood.Come On, ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Can Handle More Violence|Sujay Kumar|November 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What in their history do they find inconsistent with totalitarianism, or at best statism, or at worst Marxism?America’s Cassandra: David Mamet Speaks on the Lies of Obama and War|Lloyd Grove|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Although her story is extraordinary, it is also representative of an entire dark age in Russian totalitarianism.
People have forgotten what totalitarianism looks like, because they became obsessed with George W. Bush.Few Regrets as Neoconservative Advocates for Iraq Invasion Look Back|Eli Lake|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Culture definitions for totalitarianism
Domination by a government of all political, social, and economic activities in a nation. Totalitarianism is a phenomenon of the twentieth century: earlier forms of despotism and autocracy lacked the technical capacity to control every aspect of life. The term is applied both to fascist governments (see fascism) and to many forms of communism.