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The threat of dictatorship to democratic institutions is real, and it is exemplified by dictators such as Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein and Fidel Castro who find their way to power through similar methods.

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The threat of dictatorship to democratic institutions is real, and it is exemplified by dictators such as Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein and Fidel Castro who find their way to power through similar methods.

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