pantisocracy

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pantisocracy (ˌpæntɪˈsɒkrəsɪ)
 
n
a community, social group, etc, in which all have rule and everyone is equal
 
[C18 (coined by Robert Southey): from Greek, from panto- + isos equal + -cracy]

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pantisocracy
"ideal Utopian community in which all have equal rights," 1794, lit. "equal rule of all," from Gk. pant-, comb. form of pantos, gen. of pan "all" + isocratia "equality of power."
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