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- n. Total control of the State over an individual citizen.
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.”
 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.