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  • adjective polyarchical

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  • Restored to generous calm, he could admit that such men as Runcorn and Kenyon -- the one with his polyarchic commercialism, the other with his demagogic violence -- had possibly a useful part to play at the present stage of things.

    Born in Exile

  • The neoliberal economic model is complemented by a polyarchic state (rule by the elite) which facilitates profits for transnational capital while ignoring the needs of large sectors of the population.

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  • And in a panarchic/polyarchic system with local libertarian law codes based on the past judgments of free juries in applying the principles of libertarian law as they understood them to the facts of particular cases, and in which mutual recognition of such bodies of law would tend to percolate from the bottom-up and never perhaps approach consensus over large geographical areas, the transaction costs of negotiating representation as a single entity in a large number of local venues would IMO be considerably higher.

    Three notes for the critics of the critics of apologists for Wal-Mart

  • And in a panarchic/polyarchic system with local libertarian law codes based on the past judgments of free juries in applying the principles of libertarian law as they understood them to the facts of particular cases, and in which mutual recognition of such bodies of law would tend to percolate from the bottom-up and never perhaps approach consensus over large geographical areas, the transaction costs of negotiating representation as a single entity in a large number of local venues would IMO be considerably higher.

    Three notes for the critics of the critics of apologists for Wal-Mart

  • However, these polyarchic procedures may not create a full democracy if, for example, poverty prevents political participation. who?] see a problem with the wealthy having more influence and therefore argue for reforms like who?] may see it as a problem that the majority of the voters decide policy, as opposed to majority rule of the entire population.

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