What we need, to ward off mobocracy and safeguard a civilized form of government, is more of this sniffing.
"In Defense of Women" by H. L. Mencken
THAT MOBOCRACY IS SUPREME in many parts of the Union is no longer a mooted question.
"History of Negro Soldiers in the Spanish-American War, and Other Items of Interest" by Edward A. Johnson
Already "mobocracy," "the faction," "sedition," were familiar terms among them.
"The Siege of Boston" by Allen French
But who was to blame for this spirit of mobocracy?
"The Crisis of Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-One In The Government of The United States." by A. D. Steight