Kratocracy

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Kratocracy, (from the Greek κρατερός krateros, meaning "strong"), is, according to Montague,[1] government by those who are strong enough to seize power through force or cunning. The term was used by Kropotkin in Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution, but is now rarely seen.

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