sociocracy

sociocracy

[soh-see-ok-ruh-see, soh-shee-]
noun
a theoretical system of government in which the interests of all members of society are served equally.

Origin:
1855–60; socio- + -cracy

sociocrat [soh-see-uh-krat, soh-shee-] , noun
sociocratic, adjective
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Main Entry:  sociocracy
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  rule by society as a whole or with the interests of all served equally
Etymology:  Latin socius 'companion'
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