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By Steven L Taylor

ISBN-10: 143513334X

ISBN-13: 9781435133341

You can be comfortable with common stuff like Conservatism and Democracy, yet do you actually understand what Patrimonialism is? And what approximately Oligarchy? Anarcho-syndicalism? Politics is, we're keen to wager, the main passionately argued-over subject material, and but what number people flounder round in confrontational debates simply because we haven't any grip on political concept, only a obscure inspiration that they're all out to get us? 30-Second Politics can assist dispel this fog distrust and paranoia. It demanding situations political theorists of all colours to come back up with no-frill, no-spin, tell-it-like-it-is reasons of the 50 most vital political -isms, -archies, and -ocracies that experience pertained because the time of Periclean Athens. At no public fee, the publication explains every one political idea in not anything greater than pages, three hundred phrases, and a few propaganda-style imagery, for we know photograph chance is worthy one thousand phrases of lifeless interview.

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You can be happy with normal stuff like Conservatism and Democracy, yet do you actually understand what Patrimonialism is? And what approximately Oligarchy? Anarcho-syndicalism? Politics is, we're keen to wager, the main passionately argued-over material, and but what percentage folks flounder round in confrontational debates simply because we haven't any grip on political conception, only a imprecise idea that they're all out to get us?

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3-MINUTE MANIFESTO In the modern world, tyrants are often called dictators or despots instead. They usually claim a legal or moral basis for their rule, most often – but not always – based on a totalitarian or authoritarian ideology, either imported or home-grown, such as Marxism-Leninism, Arab socialism or fascism. However, not every totalitarian or authoritarian state is despotic in nature; some, such as post-Mao China or the Soviet Union after Stalin, have had multiple leaders exercising their overlapping powers collectively as an oligarchy.

A key element of Hitler’s Nazism was the notion that the Germanic people should be united into a single empire (Reich). The first major move in this direction was the annexation of Austria (known as the Anschluss) followed by the acquisition of portions of Czechoslovakia as a result of the Munich Agreement (based on the logic that the large population of ethnically German residents should be united with Germany), and the military conquest of Poland. Nazism unmoored from German nationalism is largely an ideology of white supremacy with militant elements but lacking a coherent philosophy (and is often referred to as neo-Nazism).

Born in 384 BC, Aristotle was from a family of aristocratics. At the age of 18 he attended Plato’s Academy in Athens and spent the next 20 years there. Around the time of Plato’s death in 348 BC Aristotle left Athens and travelled through Anatolia. In 343 BC Philip II of Macedon engaged Aristotle to tutor his son, the future Alexander the Great. Aristotle returned to Athens in 335 BC and set up his own school, the Lyceum. It is the ensuing dozen years that saw him compose his most influential works, among them treatises on ethics, nature, philosophy, poetry and politics.

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