Any people anywhere being inclined and having the power have the right to rise up and shake off the existing government and force a new one that suits them better. - Abraham Lincoln
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Refers to systems of government not representative in fact, characterized by the existence of a single political party, organized on a dictatorial basis, with so close an identity between such party and its policies and the governmental policies of the country in which it exists, that the party and the government constitute an indistinguishable unit, and the forcible suppression of opposition to such party. 8 USC
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