Ideal citizen in a totalitarian government

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Aristotle defined tyranny as an illegitimate form of government by one individual that tightly controlled every part of life and government. Adolf Hitler is the most notorious tyrant. Using a totalitarian society from the past or present, discuss how the state and its leader attempt to impede citizens from exercising their rights. In your discussion, explain some components of an "ideal citizen," consequences of voter apathy, and ways the state controls the citizen.

Writing Requirements (APA format)

    Length: 1.5-2 pages (not including title page or references page)

    1-inch margins

    Double spaced

    12-point Times New Roman font

    Title page

    References page (minimum of 2 scholarly sources)

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    Aristotle defined tyranny as an illegitimate form of government by one individual that tightly controlled every part of life and government. Adolf Hitler is the most notorious …

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