Definition of Mobocracy. Meaning of Mobocracy. Synonyms of Mobocracy

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Definition of Mobocracy

Mobocracy
Mobocracy Mob*oc"ra*cy, n. [Mob rabble + -cracy, as in democracy.] A condition in which the lower classes of a nation control public affairs without respect to law, precedents, or vested rights. It is good name that Dr. Stevens has given to our present situation (for one can not call it a government), a mobocracy. --Walpole.

Meaning of Mobocracy from wikipedia

- Ochlocracy is synonymous in meaning and usage to the modern, informal term "mobocracy", which arose in the 18th century as a colloquial neologism. Likewise...
- (March 8, 2008). "YouTube's New #1 Video: The Unprecedented Rise and the Mobocracy that Led to its Fall". Moz. Retrieved August 22, 2016. Hutcheon, Stephen...
- Architecture, The Architecture of Democracy Frank Lloyd Wright Genius and the Mobocracy Frank Lloyd Wright The Industrial Revolution Runs Away Frank Lloyd Wright...
- judgment on mob vigilantism and lynching, condemned the horrendous acts of mobocracy and observed that it cannot be allowed to become the “new normal”. He...
- 35–85. doi:10.1093/rsq/15.1.35. ISSN 1020-4067. "SOMALIA'S DESCENT TO MOBOCRACY". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2020-09-23. Peifer, Douglas...
- Frank Lloyd (1949). Genius and Mobocracy. Duell Sloan & Pearce. pp. 66–67. Wright, Frank Lloyd (1949). Genius and Mobocracy. Duell Sloan & Pearce. pp. 71–76...
- such governments can be as oppressive as autocratic tyrants. Ochlocracy is synonymous in meaning and usage to the modern, informal term "mobocracy"....
- on 4 May 2017. Retrieved 19 November 2017. "Padmavati tangle sign of mobocracy". The Free Press Journal. 18 November 2017. Archived from the original...
- 2020. Zaretsky, Robert (July 7, 2016). "Donald Trump and the myth of mobocracy". The Atlantic. Retrieved October 15, 2020. Zengerle, Patricia (February...
- was far more serious violence by mobs, what the press sometimes called "mobocracy". In 1837 Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy, who published an abolitionist newspaper...
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