mobbism

mobbism

(ˈmɒbɪzəm)
n
the conduct that is characteristic of a mob
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mobbism

the behavior of a mob. — mobbish, adj. — mobbishly, adv.
See also: Mob
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Only later in the nineteenth century and up to the Civil War does mobbism become more exclusively aligned with majoritarian politics and keeping the disenfranchised and disempowered marginalized.
In Northampton and Accomac Counties social prestige and judicial power conspired with "mobbism" against the Northern church.