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Daniel Ziblatt on Opposition - Dictionary of Arguments

Levitsky I 124
Opposition/Levitsky/Ziblatt: In almost every case of the collapse of a democracy (...) prospective autocrats - from Franco, Hitler, and Mussolini in the interwar period to Marcos, Castro, and Pinochet in the Cold War era to Putin, Chávez, and Erdoğan in recent times - justified their accumulation of power by presenting their opponents as an existential threat. See >Opposition/Spain, >Opposition/United States.


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Ziblatt, Daniel


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