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Monocracy is a government run by a single person.   
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'''Monocracy''' is a [[government]] run by a single person.   
  
 
This can be contrasted with:
 
This can be contrasted with:
  
*aristocracy, which is government by a privileged class
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*[[aristocracy]], which is government by a privileged class
*democracy, which is government by the people
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*[[democracy]], which is government by the people
*gerontocracy, which is government by a group of elders
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*[[gerontocracy]], which is government by a group of elders
*ochlocracy, which is government by a mob
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*[[ochlocracy]], which is government by a mob
*theocracy, which is government by a claim of divine authority
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*[[theocracy]], which is government by a claim of divine authority
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[[Category:Forms of Government]]

Latest revision as of 11:13, 13 July 2016

Monocracy is a government run by a single person.

This can be contrasted with:

  • aristocracy, which is government by a privileged class
  • democracy, which is government by the people
  • gerontocracy, which is government by a group of elders
  • ochlocracy, which is government by a mob
  • theocracy, which is government by a claim of divine authority