Totalitarian and Authoritarian Dictators: A Comparison of Fidel Castro and Alfredo Stroessner

@article{Sondrol1991TotalitarianAA,
  title={Totalitarian and Authoritarian Dictators: A Comparison of Fidel Castro and Alfredo Stroessner},
  author={Paul C. Sondrol},
  journal={Journal of Latin American Studies},
  year={1991},
  volume={23},
  pages={599-620}
}
  • Paul C. Sondrol
  • Published 1991
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Latin American Studies
  • Personal dictators remain a key feature of contemporary regimes termed ‘authoritarian’ or ‘totalitarian’, particularly in their early consolidating phases. But there is still disagreement over the seemingly ideological, polemical and indiscriminate use of the term totalitarian dictatorship as an analytic concept and tool to guide foreign policy formulation. Jeane Kirkpatrick elevated the taxonomy to a vociferous level of debate with a 1979 Commentary article. Entitled ‘Dictatorships and Double… CONTINUE READING

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