Korean Dictator Kim Il Sung, the History of the Korean State, and the Psychology of Dictatorship

When Korean dictator Kim Il Sung died in 1994, much of the North Korean population was in shock as most were raised to believe he was a god, and therefore many were not aware that he was mortal. No country in the world exercises more power over its citizens than North Korea. Ironically, the man who spent much of his life imprisoning his people spent much of his life fighting for Korean independence, going from a man who risked his life for his people, to their most brutal oppressor. Today’s Nort...

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