1. Political Power: The president, head of state and governors wield this type of power.
  2. Military Power: Power exercised by the army.
  3. Economic Power: Power by the wealthy men of the society over the poor, or wealthy nations over poor nations.
  4. Expert Power: Power that is centered on one’s ability to possess information and knowledge.
  5. Physical and Normative Power: Physical power is based on strength while normative power is based on morality. Clergymen usually exercise normative power. 

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