Totalitarianic ideologies aim not to transform the outside world or to achieve the revolutionizing transmutation of society, but to transform human nature itself. Great effort was and is made to test the changes, no matter the suffering. Evil suffering without regard to the number of victims and without any consideration of its profound destructive influence on mankind. We will attempt to define Totalitarianism by studying several types of Totalitarianism: the Fascism of Italy, the Nazism of German, Russian Communism, and Chinese Communism. To assist us in our study, we will explore briefly the lives of the respective leaders: Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, and Mao. The undergirding structures and the psychometrics of the leaders will be addressed. Lecture (plus Questions
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