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In many ways I would say yes and that is why it dominates the universe at a large scale because its effects only build up and there is no opposing force. We also see it this way because electromagnetism with its opposing poles and fields is nearly everything that we experience except for the gravitational field of the earth. On the other hand you might look at it the other way round with gravitation with its single field is the simplest force electromagnetism with its bipolar field is the next and the strong nuclear force with its tripolar colour charge is the third however I am not quite sure where we would fit the weak interaction into this pattern. The best analogy I can think of at the moment is to look at the static concepts of electrical charges and the dynamic concepts of magnetic fields which is electric charges in motion. we have the same thing with gravity and gravitomagnetism or frame dragging so the week force may be the dynamic side of the strong force as it is mainly concerned with spin a dynamic property.