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Sunday, 15 March 2020

Sunday Rest: mobocracy. Word Not To Use Today.

Mobocracy is a word used mostly by those who find democracy inconvenient.

Still, I suppose it makes everyone's position clear.

Sunday Rest: mobocracy. The word mob comes from the Latin mōbile vulgus, the fickle populace. Mōvere means to move. The - cracy bit is Greek, and comes from kratos, which means power. 


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