"plutocracy," let's not forget, is a description of a mode of government, not a mode of consumption or production.
The plutocracy, by contrast, still lives in the Mad Men era, and family life becomes more patriarchal the richer you get.
The apologists for plutocracy are content this week to use anti-racism as their debating tool.
(p. 76) In the realm of politics, however, plutocracy can buy itself more substantial rewards.
In the large cities the urbanized working class were slaves to a plutocracy.
The Paris of the Conference, on the other hand, was democratic, with a strong infusion of plutocracy.
They will often learn by experience that the democracy has become a plutocracy.
We were a plutocracy; which means that so long as a man had the house and the drinks, you asked no questions.
By the mere health of his soul he could smell out the evil of a plutocracy.
The oligarchy which he knew and described was what we should rather call a plutocracy.
Government by the rich. The term is usually one of reproach.