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  • n. Total control of the State over an individual citizen.


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From French étatisme, from état ‘state’.


  • This formula was, however, more than simply extreme etatism; at the same time Mussolini and other leading Fascists pro - claimed their feroce volontà totalitaria (“violent totali - tarian will”) and talked about the “totalitarian program of our Revolution.”


  • [37] özal's critics for Kemalism produced two theoretical prescriptions: inside, Second Republicanism and in foreign policy issues neo-Ottomanism and Second Republicanists formulated özal's ideology as re-establish the main pillars of the Republic on democracy, liberalism, a moderate secularism, a pluralist nationalism and free market economy instead of the Kemalist Jacobinism, absolute positivism, revolutionarism, laicism, etatism and Turkism.


  • He now lies near by those who were hanged by the state, like Menderes. "çandar claims that özal represented the people's anti-Kemalist and anti-regime feelings, having attacked virtually all Kemalist principles, like secularism, etatism, nationalism and populism.



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