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authoritarianism in this typology is quite close to democratic rule, only the electoral rules are often violated in favour of those in power and the opposition is limited in its expressions. Mobilized authoritarianism here roughly corresponds to the description of totalitarianism and in Russian case is epitomised by the height of Stalin’s rule in 1937-1938. After describing these different forms of rule in the introduction, Zimmerman goes through the history of Russia in the 20th and early 21st century to assess how the system looked right after the revolution, during

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