Totalitarian Government Summary

Totalitarian government is a government that has total control of its country. It is a domineering government with unlimited power that uses ruthless force to apply an absolute control over all the individuals that make up the society. A totalitarian government not only commands total obedience towards its powers, but also demands the individual’s total support and very explicit legalization in controlling all others in the society.

Also having a totalitarian government does not benefit the citizens because all they can think about is how to broaden the regimes and propagandas. Most of the time, dictators of totalitarian countries do not really care for the society, but only think about themselves. The main problem with this issue is that people are not getting what they deserve because the government decides for them. An example of a totalitarian country would be China. China’s government has total control of everything in that country.

China would not be an ethical place to have and own a business. Because the government has complete control on how they operate and the people are left with low salaries. The government also has a say in who can work and who can not, that is why people who are poor stay poor and the rich become richer. They make the decisions of what businesses internationally and locally can operate in China. The government can have access to their business anytime they want and the business owner has no say.

Every civilian of different countries has different perspectives on how they are going to approach this kind of situation. Some people have no problem with the government having control over how their business is going to be run because they believe that the government will support them and they also became accustomed to this way of life. This type of government is unethical. I personally don’t believe that it is fair that the government has complete control over ones business. Weather its telling them how to run it or how much they should get paid.

Plus the citizens of these countries should not have to worry about losing their jobs or their businesses. If the government really cared about the people then they would provide them with the benefits they deserve and allow them to make their own decisions about their businesses. I think that a totalitarian government is only of for themselves and that they take full advantage of the citizens that make up their society. Resources: 1)http://www. bartleby. com/65/to/totalita. html