American totalitarianism (2)

American totalitarianism (2) . In the Postwar years, the United States became literally has bees benne firmly established. As in totalitarian Europe, the United States witnessed in the aftermath of the war and during interwar years witnessed the same phenomenon as in Italy and Germany.... [ Continue Reading ]

American totalitarianism (1)

American totalitarianism (1) Making a pretext of sinking of eight American vessels and of revealing of a "plot" to involve the United States in a war with Mexico and Japan, President Wilson appeared on April 2 1917 before the Congress and asked for a declaration... [ Continue Reading ]

Rise of American dictatorship (2)

Rise of American dictatorship (2) American dictatorship entred a new phase at the beginning of the ninettenth century with the netry to the White House of Andrew Lackson in 1828 jackson's inauguarated a new eraa in American dictatorship . Jackson had been described according to... [ Continue Reading ]

Rise of American dictotatorship (1)

Rise of American dictatorship (1) The genesis of American dictatorship began with Sahys's Rebellion (1786-1787) in massachusetts. A series of popular uprisings  at Northampton and Worcester. At Springfield, the leader of popualr uprising was daniel Shays an former captain in  the Continental army. To end the rebellion... [ Continue Reading ]

Ideological roots of western totalitarianism

Ideological roots of western totalitarianism  The natural law is a guide-post and lumber-room which points in different directions and permits a convenient diversity of arguments.  The theory of eighteenth-century jurists of the natural law Scholl justified conquest as a right incident to war. The failure... [ Continue Reading ]

Political roots of western totalitarianism

Political roots of western totalitarianism The struggle against the democracy and popular aspirations for democracy began before the American revolution through pamphlets and writings of its major leaders.  Among those who very early opposed democracy and popular aspirations for democracy ther was John Adams who... [ Continue Reading ]

Slavery and Imperialism

 SLAVERY AND IMPERIALISM Slavery was and still today remains an institution and a global system, albeit under disguised forms, of the first importance. Seen in historical perspective, it was a part of the western imperialism since the discovery of the “new World” and its rise... [ Continue Reading ]