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“Who is in charge here?” is a demand question often heard from someone who wants to enter an organization and provide either leadership or management. When spoken loudly and with an anger edge it can mean that if no one else is in charge here then they are taking over.
Early in the US presidency of Ronald Reagan we came to know this as the Alexander Haig Syndrome. Remember? He declared he was in charge at the White House after the shooting of Reagan.