Posts Tagged ‘evolving political language’

Political language evolves and meanings change. Old words and phrases are rethought in different generations. Tomes (scholarly works) are annually written on any given word and phrase. Certain forms of government overlap at various junctures. Aristocracy:  government by self-perceived “nobility” e.g., family dynasties Conlanguage:  invented language Fascism:  radical authoritarian nationalism (form of dictatorship) Kakistocracy:  government […]

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