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What individual freedoms are denied in a totalitarian state?

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The individual freedoms that are denied in a totalitarian state are- There is no freedom of speech, religion, education, information, etc. The people are constantly surveilled and could be imprisoned or even executed on the slightest suspicion of dissent. There is no artistic freedom and everything is heavily censored and the only information/art the people are exposed to is propaganda.

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