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sociocracy

[ soh-see-ok-ruh-see, soh-shee- ]
/ ˌsoʊ siˈɒk rə si, ˌsoʊ ʃi- /
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noun

a theoretical system of government in which the interests of all members of society are served equally.

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Origin of sociocracy

First recorded in 1855–60; socio- + -cracy

OTHER WORDS FROM sociocracy

so·ci·o·crat [soh-see-uh-krat, soh-shee-], /ˈsoʊ si əˌkræt, ˈsoʊ ʃi-/, nounso·ci·o·crat·ic, adjective
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