How To Be A Dictator

Author by : Frank Dikötter
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Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, Mao Zedong, Kim Il-sung, Ceausescu, Mengistu of Ethiopia and Duvalier of Haiti. No dictator can rule through fear and violence alone. Naked power can be grabbed and held temporarily, but it never suffices in the long term. A tyrant who can compel his own people to acclaim him will last longer. The paradox of the modern dictator is that he must create the illusion of popular support. Throughout the twentieth century, hundreds of millions of people were condemned to enthusiasm, obliged to hail their leaders even as they were herded down the road to serfdom. In How to Be a Dictator, Frank Dikötter returns to eight of the most chillingly effective personality cults of the twentieth century. From carefully choreographed parades to the deliberate cultivation of a shroud of mystery through iron censorship, these dictators ceaselessly worked on their own image and encouraged the population at large to glorify them. At a time when democracy is in retreat, are we seeing a revival of the same techniques among some of today's world leaders? This timely study, told with great narrative verve, examines how a cult takes hold, grows, and sustains itself. It places the cult of personality where it belongs, at the very heart of tyranny.


How To Be A Dictator

Author by : Mikal Hem
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Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : A Tongue-in-Cheek Guide to Becoming a Dictator, Based on the Outrageous, Scandalous, and Excessive Behavior of Dictators Past and Present Who hasn’t dreamed of one day ruling your own country? Along with great power comes unlimited influence, control, admiration, and often wealth. How to Be a Dictator will teach you the tricks of the trade—how to rise to the top and stay in power, and how to enjoy the fruits of your excellence. Featuring examples from the most successful leaders and regimes in the business, including Kim Jong Il, Robert Mugabe, Muammar Gaddafi, Nicolae Ceausescu, François “Papa Doc” Duvalier, and many others, this handy guide offers ten easy lessons on becoming and acting like a dictator from how to rig an election and create your own personality cult to the dos and don’ts of dictator fashion. Other topics include: how to become wealthy and spend your fortune, sleeping around, expressing your literary genius, and how to avoid being toppled, exiled, and or meeting any other dismal end. Combining black humor with political insights, How to Be a Dictator is peppered with horrifying and hilarious stories from some of the most eccentric modern world leaders.


How To Be A Dictator

Author by : FRANK. DIKOETTER
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How To Be A Dictator

Author by : Brendan O'Flaherty
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Dictator S Handbook

Author by : Randall Wood
Languange : en
Publisher by : Randall Wood
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Description : Ever wonder if the world's tyrants are all using the same instruction manual? They are: here it is. From getting to power to dividing your enemies, suppressing revolution, stealing elections, and making your fortune, this 320 page volume shows you how the pros have been doing it for centuries. Fully factual, with a complete bibliography and footnotes, the Dictator's Handbook gives you a road map to tyranny, step by step. Beautifully illustrated by a professional artist, the text is funny and deadly serious. This is truly a practical manual for the aspiring tyrant.


How To Be A Dictator

Author by : Frank Dikötter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
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Description : From the Samuel Johnson Prize-winning author of Mao's Great Famine, a sweeping and timely study of twentieth-century dictators and the development of the modern cult of personality. No dictator can rule through fear and violence alone. Naked power can be grabbed and held temporarily, but it never suffices in the long term. In the twentieth century, as new technologies allowed leaders to place their image and voice directly into their citizens' homes, a new phenomenon appeared where dictators exploited the cult of personality to achieve the illusion of popular approval without ever having to resort to elections. In How to Be a Dictator, Frank Dikötter examines the cults and propaganda surrounding twentieth-century dictators, from Hitler and Stalin to Mao Zedong and Kim Il Sung. These men were the founders of modern dictatorships, and they learned from each other and from history to build their regimes and maintain their public images. Their dictatorships, in turn, have influenced leaders in the twenty-first century, including Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Using a breadth of archival research and his characteristic in-depth analysis, Dikötter offers a stunning portrait of dictatorship, a guide to the cult of personality, and a map for exposing the lies dictators tell to build and maintain their regimes.


How To Be A Great Dictator

Author by : F. Muir
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How To Deal With A Controlling Person

Author by : Terence A. Williams
Languange : en
Publisher by : Speedy Publishing LLC
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Description : Dictators aren't just for countries. You can find them in relationships as well. A dictator is someone who decides how everything will be done and fully expects others in his world to abide by his laws. This article outlines 3 signs that you are probably in a dictatorial relationship. This is the most obvious sign, but a dictator makes the rules. No one else is allowed to contribute to the rule-making. If your boyfriend decides all of the rules and expects you to live by them, you are probably dating a dictator. One person in a relationship cannot make all of the rules. That is not the way that a healthy relationship functions. When one person makes all of the rules that the other must live by, that is controlling. If you don't do what your boyfriend tells to you may feel punished. He might ignore you or leave the house altogether and do something enjoyable without you. That is a form of punishing you. He will make sure that you realize you've done something wrong. When someone is as passionate about his rules as he is, you will begin to believe that he's right. It's important that you don't slip into his way of thinking. If he wants to pout and ignore you when you don't do what he wants, let him. Do not let him punish you. Just go about your day as if he's not upset. Another adult who makes you feel bad and tries to punish you in some way is manipulating you. These are all signs of what a woman who has gone through, but there is an answer and that's in How to Deal with a Controlling Person, by Terence A. Williams. Grab your copy today.


The Dictator S Learning Curve

Author by : William J Dobson
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Publisher by : Random House
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Description : It’s not easy being a dictator these days. Since the end of the Cold War, dictatorships worldwide have been on the decline and those that survive have changed dramatically. Not so long ago, blunt weapons were used to keep citizens under control, but in a globalised world connected to new media more subtle methods for preserving power have replaced yesterday’s forms of intimidation. The Dictator’s Learning Curve gives a fascinating insight into the way dictators are adapting to the demands of the modern world, and their insidious efforts to disguise their regimes as democracies. Mubarak, Ben Ali and Gaddafi may be gone, but the Arab Spring is only the latest front in a worldwide battle between freedom and oppression. In this page-turning and authoritative book, William J. Dobson illuminates the connections and differences between authoritarian regimes in places as far apart as Russia, China, Venezuela, Egypt and Malaysia. Drawing on first-hand testimony from those close to these governments and those who challenge them – from incarcerated dissidents, student revolutionaries, to Serbian and American 'trainers in nonviolent revolution' –Dobson shows that we are witnessing an incredible moment in the war between dictators and democracy.


True Stories About Dictators

Author by : Sharan Stoessel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Independently Published
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Description : The emergence of a dictator tends to be seen as a unique coincidence of character and circumstance - yet there are clear consistencies. As a tyrant, you're almost certainly male. You'll survive much longer in power than a democrat, possibly for 30 to 40 years. Then you'll die or get toppled. This book takes a unique perspective on what is often a sensitive subject matter. You'll be entertained by the craziness of these dictators but also frightened of the harm they caused. In this book you'll discover: -What African dictator said "If that is Hitler, then let me be a Hitler tenfold" and why? -What two dictators made the same crazy decision to invade Russia? -How did the Haitian dictator employ Voodoo in his brutal regime? -Why Augusto Pinochet think throwing his opponents out of helicopters was a good idea? -What book caused a dictator to order the death of its author? -Who was the Asian dictator whose wife bought more than 3,000 pairs of designer shoes on the government's dime?


Short Stories About Dictatorship

Author by : Jarvis Chatt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Independently Published
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Description : The emergence of a dictator tends to be seen as a unique coincidence of character and circumstance - yet there are clear consistencies. As a tyrant, you're almost certainly male. You'll survive much longer in power than a democrat, possibly for 30 to 40 years. Then you'll die or get toppled. This book takes a unique perspective on what is often a sensitive subject matter. You'll be entertained by the craziness of these dictators but also frightened of the harm they caused. In this book you'll discover: -What African dictator said "If that is Hitler, then let me be a Hitler tenfold" and why? -What two dictators made the same crazy decision to invade Russia? -How did the Haitian dictator employ Voodoo in his brutal regime? -Why Augusto Pinochet think throwing his opponents out of helicopters was a good idea? -What book caused a dictator to order the death of its author? -Who was the Asian dictator whose wife bought more than 3,000 pairs of designer shoes on the government's dime?


Books About Dictators

Author by : Samual Binn
Languange : en
Publisher by : Independently Published
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Description : The emergence of a dictator tends to be seen as a unique coincidence of character and circumstance - yet there are clear consistencies. As a tyrant, you're almost certainly male. You'll survive much longer in power than a democrat, possibly for 30 to 40 years. Then you'll die or get toppled. This book takes a unique perspective on what is often a sensitive subject matter. You'll be entertained by the craziness of these dictators but also frightened of the harm they caused. In this book you'll discover: -What African dictator said "If that is Hitler, then let me be a Hitler tenfold" and why? -What two dictators made the same crazy decision to invade Russia? -How did the Haitian dictator employ Voodoo in his brutal regime? -Why Augusto Pinochet think throwing his opponents out of helicopters was a good idea? -What book caused a dictator to order the death of its author? -Who was the Asian dictator whose wife bought more than 3,000 pairs of designer shoes on the government's dime?


Stalin The History Of A Dictator

Author by : Harford Montgomery Hyde
Languange : en
Publisher by : London : Hart-Davis
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Description : Map on lining papers. Bibliography: p. 617-629.


Crazy Sh T Dictators Do

Author by : Bill O'Neill
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Description : World history is unfortunately full of many men and a few women who ruled their countries ruthlessly and committed many crazy acts in the process. Often when we look at these dictators we focus on some of the crazy things they've done without considering the impacts they had on those the countries and the course of world history. This book takes a unique perspective on what is often a sensitive subject matter. You'll be entertained by the craziness of these dictators but also frightened of the harm they caused.In Crazy Sh*t Dictators Do you'll discover: ?What African dictator said "If that is Hitler, then let me be a Hitler tenfold" and why? ?What two dictators made the same crazy decision to invade Russia??How did the Haitian dictator employ Voodoo in his brutal regime??Why Augusto Pinochet think throwing his opponents out of helicopters was a good idea??What book caused a dictator to order the death of its author? ?Who was the Asian dictator who's wife bought more than 3,000 pairs of designer shoes on the government's dime? And so much more! This book is filled with many facts and trivia about some of the most fascinating and impactful dictators through history and the crazy sh*t they did. Whether you have a passing interest in world history, have a morbid fascination with dictators, or want to bone up on your general knowledge, you can't go wrong with Crazy Sh*t Dictators Do.


The Benevolent Dictator

Author by : Michael Feuer
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : An unconventional philosophy for starting and building a business that exceeds your own expectations What does it require to take a concept rapidly and effectively from mind to market? The Benevolent Dictator recognizes that entrepreneurship is a gauntlet. Those who succeed are benevolent dictators—able to make the intricate process happen in days, weeks and months to win. The Benevolent Dictator gives you no-nonsense how-to advice and examples that have worked. This non-traditional, gung-ho guide is not afraid to lay out the leadership methods that can effectively get a new business off the ground, and through the requisite fast-track growth phases that produce tangible success measured by your bottom line and your wallet. Learn critical specifics on how to move from idea development to build-out, through steps for continuous improvement, and on to the big cash out Features proven tools, strategies, and tactics that will help you bottle entrepreneurial lightning over and over again As the cofounder of office retail giant OfficeMax, the author turned a $3 million investment into a $1.5 billion sale in his 16 years as CEO Beating the competition is never easy. For those times when you need an iron hand, then you also need the wisdom to know when and how to use it. Whether you're a business student, aspiring entrepreneur, or a practicing executive, you need to discover the winning ways of The Benevolent Dictator.


Dictators

Author by : Frank Dikötter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : A New Statesman, Financial Times and Economist Book of the Year 'Brilliant' NEW STATESMAN, BOOKS OF THE YEAR 'Enlightening and a good read' SPECTATOR 'Moving and perceptive' NEW STATESMAN Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, Mao Zedong, Kim Il-sung, Ceausescu, Mengistu of Ethiopia and Duvalier of Haiti. No dictator can rule through fear and violence alone. Naked power can be grabbed and held temporarily, but it never suffices in the long term. A tyrant who can compel his own people to acclaim him will last longer. The paradox of the modern dictator is that he must create the illusion of popular support. Throughout the twentieth century, hundreds of millions of people were condemned to enthusiasm, obliged to hail their leaders even as they were herded down the road to serfdom. In How to Be a Dictator, Frank Dikötter returns to eight of the most chillingly effective personality cults of the twentieth century. From carefully choreographed parades to the deliberate cultivation of a shroud of mystery through iron censorship, these dictators ceaselessly worked on their own image and encouraged the population at large to glorify them. At a time when democracy is in retreat, are we seeing a revival of the same techniques among some of today's world leaders? This timely study, told with great narrative verve, examines how a cult takes hold, grows, and sustains itself. It places the cult of personality where it belongs, at the very heart of tyranny.


How Dictatorships Work

Author by : Barbara Geddes
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This accessible volume shines a light on how autocracy really works by providing basic facts about how post-World War II dictatorships achieve, retain, and lose power. The authors present an evidence-based portrait of key features of the authoritarian landscape with newly collected data about 200 dictatorial regimes. They examine the central political processes that shape the policy choices of dictatorships and how they compel reaction from policy makers in the rest of the world. Importantly, this book explains how some dictators concentrate great power in their own hands at the expense of other members of the dictatorial elite. Dictators who can monopolize decision making in their countries cause much of the erratic, warlike behavior that disturbs the rest of the world. By providing a picture of the central processes common to dictatorships, this book puts the experience of specific countries in perspective, leading to an informed understanding of events and the likely outcome of foreign responses to autocracies.


Salazar

Author by : Tom Gallagher
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hurst & Company
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Description : Fifty years after his death, Portugal's Salazar remains a controversial and enigmatic figure, whose conservative and authoritarian legacy still divides opinion. Some see him as a reactionary and oppressive figure who kept Portugal backward, while others praise his honesty, patriotism and dedication to duty. Contemporary radicals are wary of his unabashed elitism and skepticism about social progress, but many conservatives give credit to his persistent warnings about the threats to Western civilization from runaway materialism and endless experimentation. For a dictator, Salazar's end was anti-climactic--a domestic accident. But during his nearly four decades in power, he survived less through reliance on force and more through guile and charm. This probing biography charts the highs and lows of Salazar's rule, from rescuing Portugal's finances and keeping his strategically-placed nation out of World War II to maintaining a police state while resisting the winds of change in Africa. It explores Salazar's long-running suspicion of and conflict with the United States, and how he kept Hitler and Mussolini at arm's length while persuading his fellow dictator Franco not to enter the war on their side. Iberia expert Tom Gallagher brings to life a complex leader who deserves to be far better known.


World Electoral Processes Gr 5 8

Author by : Darcy Frisina
Languange : en
Publisher by : Classroom Complete Press
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Description : Learn how a Democratic Government operates and compare historical and present world electoral systems and reform. Find out the differences between the Presidential and Parliamentary system of running a country and why Dictatorship governments still exist. Also covered is Suffrage, female voters, voting systems and voter turnout. We use simplified language and vocabulary, making concepts presented accessible to students and easier to understand. Comprised of reading passages, student activities, color mini posters, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz, and test prep. All of our content is aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.


How To Succeed As Dictator

Author by : John J. Mulhall
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Publisher by : Vanguard Press
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Description : The Dictator holds both a fascination and a revulsion for humanity. He - and the dictator must be male - commands a place in society that few democratically elected leaders can attain. He gets his picture on the front pages of influential magazines. He can murder his own people and get away with the crime. He can enrich himself on the backs of his people, and not only get away with the theft, but find that they turn a blind eye to the wholesale looting of their country. This book provides some useful tips for the man who aspires to the top job that rewards like no other. It outlines how to overthrow an empire by the use of religion. The work also demonstrates how to undermine a democracy and replace it with a dictatorship. It illustrates how the correct title should be used to get the masses on board. It offers tips on the retention of power for life, and the mistakes to avoid in that permanent role. Most importantly, the guide proves that men are led by words, but governed by ideology. Rule of the people is not based on the actualities of power, but rather on its perception. The Dictator who can convince the people that they are living in a paradise fit for heroes can look forward to a happy life at the top, and dying peacefully in his bed. The Dictator will always be with us because he is part of our past, our present, and our future. He is part of us because he represents human nature. The Dictator is the dark half of the human psyche. John Rainsford.


On Being A Dictator Using Dictation To Be A Better Writer

Author by : Kevin J. Anderson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wordfire Press
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Description : Tired of being stuck in a chair behind a desk? Do you want to write more without sacrificing your health and sanity? Learn how you can get more written while Hiking or just going for a stroll Driving Watching your kids play at the park Taking a bath Multiple New York Times bestselling author Kevin J. Anderson has written 160 books--nearly fifteen million words!--most of them by dictating into a hand-held recorder while hiking. Award-winning novelist and short story writer Martin L. Shoemaker dictates chapters and stories while driving, turning his daily commute into a productive work session. These two die-hard "dictators," share their techniques and insights into how dictation can help you Improve your writing productivity Use otherwise lost time to brainstorm, plot, develop characters, write articles, and more Get inspired by leaving your confined office and getting a fresh perspective elsewhere Stay in shape while writing On Being a Dictator, part of the Million Dollar Writing Series, will help you think outside the box, consider a different writing method, and up your game in the fast-paced ever-changing world of publishing.


World Electoral Processes A Dictatorship Government Gr 5 8

Author by : Darcy Frisina
Languange : en
Publisher by : Classroom Complete Press
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Description : **This is the chapter slice "A Dictatorship Government Gr. 5-8" from the full lesson plan "World Electoral Processes"** Become a voting expert with a clear understanding of the election process. Our resource breaks down the differences between a presidential, parliamentary and dictatorship government. Travel back to ancient times to experience the first voting system. Explore the concept of a democratic government and whether it truly represents the people. Discover how the president has to share powers with the legislature in a presidential system. Explain why it is easier to pass laws in the parliamentary system than in the presidential system. Roleplay as a member of Parliament and deliver a 90-second statement about an important issue. Find out why most dictators were military leaders, and how the role of dictator has changed over time. Learn about suffrage and what the requirements are for a citizen to be allowed to vote. Hold your own election to decide on a policy for running your classroom. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional writing tasks, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.


In The Dictator S Grip

Author by : John Samson
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How To Lose A Country

Author by : ECE. TEMELKURAN
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The Hillbilly Dictator

Author by : Evan Whitton
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Saturday Review

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Constitutional Dictatorship

Author by : Clinton Lawrence Rossiter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Transaction Pub
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Description : How should the United States be governed during times of crisis? Definitely not as we are in times of tranquility, asserts this classic study. The war on terrorism is a case in point. The horrors of terror attacks on the United States have forced Americans to accept legislative changes that might be unthinkable at other times. The "inescapable truth," Clinton Rossiter wrote in his classic study of modern democracies in crisis, is that "No form of government can survive that excludes dictatorship when the life of the nation is at stake." In an insightful introduction, William Quirk places Rossiter's work in the context of the new century and the current war on terrorism. Constitutional Dictatorship examines the experiences with emergency government of four large modern democracies-the United States, Great Britain, France, and the German Republic of 1919-1933-to see what unusual powers and procedures these constitutional states employed in their various periods of national trial. Rossiter's concept of a "constitutional dictatorship" may be more shocking today than when he wrote the book. Based on a thoroughgoing study of the use of emergency powers in modern democracies, he determined that the facts of history demonstrate that there are occasions when constitutional dictatorship has served as an indispensable factor in maintaining constitutional democracy. Supreme Court doctrine does not recognize any implied presidential power to suspend the Constitution. However, Rossiter believes this view to be inaccurate. He defends his view through analysis of presidential action during the Civil War, World I, the Depression, and World War II, arguing that when the normal rules are not sufficient other rules take hold. Rossiter proposed specific criteria by which to judge the worth and propriety of any resort to constitutional dictatorship. He provides a clear roadmap for both citizen and Congress to judge an executive's actions. In his introduction, Quirk notes that Rossiter's concept-the rapid return to normal government when the crisis is concluded-rests on a premise that appears to be missing today. This volume will be essential reading for those interested in politics, constitutional law, and American history. Clinton Rossiter (1917-1970) Cornell, A.B. 1939, Princeton, Ph.D., 1942, held Cornell's John L. Senior Chair in Government and was the author of numerous books, including The Supreme Court and the Commander-in-Chief (1951); Conservatism in America (1955); The American Presidency (1956); Marxism: The View from America (1960); and The American Quest 1790-1860 (1971). William J. Quirk is Class of 1959 Professor of Law at the School of Law, University of South Carolina.


Democracy Vs Dictatorship

Author by : Thomas Vernor Smith
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