2 edition of In the dictator"s grip found in the catalog.
In the dictator"s grip
|Statement||by John Samson. With six illus. by Paul Hardy.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S194 I|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||02009454|
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Samson, John, In the dictator's grip. London, Blackie; New York, Scribner's  (DLC) In recent years, dictators have strengthened their grip on many countries.
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I enjoyed the little history lesson, learning about the groups in these countries trying desperately to hold onto power in the face of the human need for 4/5.
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Dictators who have emerged all over the world in modern times use such similar tactics to stay in power that one can be forgiven for thinking they have a secret â€˜dictatorâ€™s bookâ€™ with instructions on how to establish and consolidate despotic rule. Either such a book exists â€“ the Prince by Machiavelli maybe â€“ or the autocratic behaviour of dictators constitutes.
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Elections are farcical and always won by the despot. As Ayittey would have it, dictators " fix the rules of the game and secure 90 percent of the vote all the time" (). How dictators stay in power 0 September 9, AM Dictators who have emerged all over the world in modern times use such similar tactics to stay in power that one can be forgiven for thinking they have a secret ‘dictator’s book’ with instructions on .