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One Illinois writer dramatically claimed in 1923 that “A scar from forced vaccination is a brand, a mark of medical tyranny and despotism.”The U.S. Has Had 'Vaccine Passports' Before—And They Worked|Jordan E. Taylor|April 5, 2021|Time
It has been a short and often brutal life for Iraq, marked by imperial conquest, war, and crushing despotism.
The problem is that “this dude” does more than “one thing”—unless Rodman is referring to despotism generally, which I doubt.Ping-Pong Diplomacy Not An Option? Try Ding-Dong Diplomacy|Kevin Bleyer|January 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In his time, in the ashes of world war, another critical part of the world was torn between democracy and despotism.Full Transcript/Video of Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy Speech at the VMI|Justin Green|October 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Rouzbeh and Trita Parsi on the revolutionary government's return to despotism.
It marks the promise of a life without monarchical despotism, but also, in hindsight, all that can go wrong with a revolution.
France had been a direct and formal despotism for almost two hundred years.
The shackles of despotism, which began to be loosened on the 24th of August in Porto, are now bursting in this province.
This unheard-of despotism, this horrible political perjury, was certainly not merited by the good and generous Brazil.
Her ownership ranged from absolute despotism to humble slavery, and he was happy through it all.The Fifth String |John Philip Sousa
Rely upon me, as I on you, and you will see democracy and despotism annihilated by rational liberty.
British Dictionary definitions for despotism
Cultural definitions for despotism
Unlimited political rule by one person.