Below are definitions of many of the types of ways to organize a society. I have endeavored to find the simplest, most direct, most comparable definitions based on the dictionary and the first use of the terms by their originators.
Totalitarianism: Rule by a small group or single individual
Democracy: Rule by the entire group
Republic: Representative democracy (a bit of a contradiction?)
Freedom: A coercion-less and restriction-less existence
Human Rights: Universal, egalitarian, lawful standards of treatment for all human beings
Fascism: Social conservatism, marriage of government and business, militarism, nationalism and authoritarianism
(Nazism is a type of Fascism that was defined by it’s creator as what would be called “opposite socialism”: instead of the government and the economy existing to the serve all the people, all the people exist to serve the government and the economy)
Capitalism: Private ownership of things by a small group or single individual
Communism: Public ownership of things by the entire group
Socialism: A transition between ownership of everything by individuals and ownership of everything by the group
Social Democracy: Socialism achieved through democratic processes (in Europe this term is used to refer to ‘Welfare Capitalism’, which is simply a system where the negative aspects of capitalism are balanced out by a social safety net)
Communalism: Local decision-making & autonomy within a federation
*Any and all specifics beyond these definitions are types of democracy, republicanism, socialism, fascism etc.
Give me: Human Rights-based, Communal Social Democracy. This would be a balance of public and private ownership. It would be completely democratic and protect the rights of all individuals including the minority.