Dictatorship and command economy
A dictatorship is a country governed by a dictator. A dictator is a person who is practicing absolute power and unrestricted control.
A dictatorship can be ran by only one person or by a small group of people who hold all political power.
You can also inherit dictatorship past down from generations of your family.
Command economy is when a government dictates what you can produce, how much of it you can produce, and the price you can charge. This often results in surplus and or shortages. For example, the government says for farmer Joe to plant 500 acres in corn, and he only sales 300 acres.
Example of dictatorship
A modern up to date example of dictatorship is Belarus. It is usually called " Europe's last dictatorship".