autocratic master

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Was Oppenheimer a ruthless agent who helped his autocratic master exploit the people, or was he a scapegoat in the complex internal power struggles between the monarch and the feudal lords, between Protestants and Catholics, and between modernists and traditionalists?
She surreptitiously battles to free captive slaves against her master's wishes, endures banishment in the desert, struggles to free herself from her autocratic master, and realizes that her tumultuous relationship with Ben is changing.
'They were autocratic master potters with a sound business sense and were good employers with relatively small teams: Ruskin employed 20 or so people, while Moorcroft a few more and Bernard Moore just a handful of people.'