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Submitted by Janusz Kowalik (United States), Jan 10, 2008 at 01:46

In the last century we witnessed several types of dictatorships. They had different names and ideological foundations byt were ruthless dictatorial systems that ignored all democratic principles.

We must remember that these systems were products of very special situations that are not likely to be repeated. Also they were only possible to appear in the societiers that were confused and rudderless. In societies that had very few alternatives .I think that mentioning Hillary Clinton in the article together with Hitler and Stalin is a mistake and misunderstanding. We may not be ideal, but America is very far from a dictatorial state.

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