Actually yes it does, jtur, top right corner. They turned them on a while back.
Nowhere near as radical (thankfully), but Evo Morales in Bolivia is aligned with the policies of Venezuela and Cuba. He has renationalized oil and other companies which had been privatized by the previous government, but after the initial ruckus the process actually went pretty swimmingly.
Napoleon Bonaparte may have been a military dictator, but his propaganda machine used the rhetoric of the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. For about a century after he fell, revolution was out of fashion in most of Europe, except for a couple of brief outbursts in 1848.
If you study Chinese history, you will run into the Dynastic Cycle theory. China has oscillated between tyranny and anarchy, and Chinese historians have traditionally considered tyranny to be less dangerous than anarchy.