Absolutism

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Absolutism

The political theory that all power should belong to the state. According to absolutism, every corporation, religious organization, or other institution must give way to the state. Absolutism comes from the period in European history before and during the early development of capitalism during which monarchs attempted to centralize power. See also: Fascism.
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Here, Dobson dramatically outlines the degree to which workers were divorced from the more economically, socially, and politically empowered citizens even as their absolute standard of living continued to improve.