On Writing

Exploring modern politics using the viewpoint of Roger Williams.
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Enforce vs. In Force, but not Inforce

My memory aid: “At times the police have to gather in force to enforce the laws.” Or simply, “You gather in force to enforce.” “Inforce” is not a word. “Enforce” means to compel compliance. “In Force” means large numbers or a large impact.

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