Coercion, n. “1. a. Constraint, restraint, compulsion; the application of force to control the action of a voluntary agent ... b. Forcible restraint of (action) ... 2. Government by force, as opposed to that which rests upon the will of the community governed.” \ud \ud ... View more
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