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  1. The political and economic structures of a dictatorship
    1. The aftermath of Civil War in Spain
    2. The aftermath of a coup in Chile
  2. The end of the dictatorship

Dictatorship is a political regime in which an individual (or an assembly) gathers and gets all the powers. The political leader is not elected and his power is arbitrary and coercive. Violence is used as a means against any form of opposition. This political analysis will deal with Franco's Spain and Pinochet's Chile. The comparative analysis will focus on two main points. But at first, we will establish the context in which a dictatorship can settle in a State.

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