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Transcript of Totalitarian Governments
From different worlds, June and Day have no reason to cross paths—until the day June’s brother is murdered. And Day becomes the prime suspect. Now, caught in the ultimate game of cat and mouse, Day is in a race for his family’s survival while June tries desperately to avenge her brother’s death. But in a shocking turn of events, the two uncover the truth of what has really brought them together and the sinister lengths their country will go to in order to keep its secrets. POWER A minor functionary names Winston Smith joins a covert brotherhood and pursues a forbidden love affair against the cold, gray backdrop of the Republic of Oceania - only to become a hunted enemy of the state... and of Big Brother, the figurehead of the Party. POWER POWER ECONOMY ECONOMY ECONOMY PROPAGANDA PROPAGANDA PROPAGANDA COLLECTIVIZATION STRIKES AND PROTESTING Kosar PURGING AND CAMPS THE CAPITAL - PYONGYANG consolidate private farms into group enterprises
(http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/history/mwh/russia/stalincollectivisationrev1.shtml) THREE MAIN AREAS Ideological
Cultural CONTROL OVER EDUCATION Control over history taught
Book censorship "In North Korea everyone is suspicious of everyone else, all the time. There are security spies in every work unit, but you never know who they are, or how many. And they spy on each other as well... The comrade you trust, the one who always comes to see you at your house in the evening, may very easily turn out to be a clever security agent." Hyok Kang (Behnke 62) SECURITY AND TERROR THOUGHT CONTROL Strict social hierarchy
Levels of loyalty to regime Pyramid Structures Social Classes MANIPULATION GERMAN YOUTH MARTIAL LAW CENTRAL PLANNING Self-Sufficient ISOLATIONISM SINGLE LEADER RATIONING OF FOOD HOUSING WAR ECONOMY Special Note Leadership
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Salter, Christopher L. North Korea. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2003. Print. We have no intentions of taking over the world and do not agree with any of the methods or actions taken by these leaders. -"These people lie together with their dead friends in blue body bags, drinking coffee cups full of HOT snow." 99% collectivized by 1939
Government ran production
Government took 90% of production Conclusion Resolution One- Supreme Leader
Resolution Two- Collectivized Economy
Resolution Three- Complete Control over Media Aye=yes Nay=No