The force theory or conquest theory is a theory of government which argues that governments are established by violence, rather than by divine right or through a social contract of their citizens. The defining feature of societal formation is considered to be conflict, such as one tribe conquering the others around it to take control in a certain region. According to McElroy, there exists more historical evidence for the conquest theory than for other competing theories.
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- "Defining State and Society - Wendy McElroy". The Independent Institute.
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Others articles of the Topic Politics : O. E. Price, Dave Norris (Louisiana politician), Edwin G. Preis, Harrison Bagwell, Dudley A. Guglielmo, Dan Hollingsworth, J. Allen Carnes
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