Visual persuasion and politics: ideology and symbols of the totalitarian regimes'--case study: hammer and sickle.

@article{Svilici2013VisualPA,
  title={Visual persuasion and politics: ideology and symbols of the totalitarian regimes'--case study: hammer and sickle.},
  author={Niksa Svilici{\'c} and Pero Maldini},
  journal={Collegium antropologicum},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={569-82}
}
Unlike all other autocracies, authoritarian regimes are, as the ultimate form of authoritarianism, a distinct phenomenon of the modern era. Caused by the crisis of liberal democracy and industrial capitalism of the early twentieth century, and led by radical populist political movements/parties and their leaders, they established themselves as the regimes… CONTINUE READING