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i need help on some questions:
1. How does totalitarian government gain power and maintain power?
2. What kind of freedoms does totalitarian government have?
3. Who is eligible to vote?
4. Who is in control? Who makes the decisions? how does this change if at all?

i need help finding answers for these questions. i just need the website url that you found it on. please this urgent

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