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University of Calgary
Political Science
POLI 359
Mark Baron

9/16/2013 10:26:00 PM Authoritarian Regimes  Leadership o Single leader or leadership o Civilian and/or military  Military usually come to power through Coup d’etat  military uses force of arms to move or displace a civilian leadership. Can be non violent.  Lead society via  Dictatorship  Junta  Spanish term for a military rulership group  Oligargic military control o To show unity o To prevent a fracture emerging in the military  Military regimes are often referred to as fusionist  Relies on advice and assistance of civilian bureaucratic institutions  Military forms:  Direct military rule  day to day basis, assuming key administrative offices of the state.  Tutelary military authoritarianism  civilians occupy the political offices and political roles. Even though the military is in baric it is still an extremely important influence in the way in which civilian
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