slavocracy


slav·oc·ra·cy

noun \slā-ˈvä-krə-sē\

Definition of SLAVOCRACY

:  a faction of slaveholders and advocates of slavery in the South before the American Civil War

First Known Use of SLAVOCRACY

1840

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