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List two examples of words that use the root word "cracy."

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Democracy and bureaucracy. -cracy is derived from "kratos" which means power or strength, and -cracy means government or power. In the example of democracy, "Dem" means people, so democracy means power by the people.
Gynecocracy - form of govt. in which women governs or runs the system. (also called gunocracy, gyneocracy, gynaeocracy). Technocracy - form of govt. in which experts from specialised (technical) fields take part in decision making.
aristocracy, autocracy, theocracy, meritocracy

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