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Use "autocracies" in a sentence
"But that older history, the resigned acceptance of autocracies, is the order of the day in Washington again."
"Government by Commission has been an autocracy, albeit a particularly benevolent one, and the natural tendency of all autocracies is to regard anything but work as rather a waste of time, with which of course no good parliamentarian would ever agree."
"But perhaps the worst of all elements in certain of these autocracies is the fact that there is an exploitation such as has never been known in modern times of hate and cruelty."