from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun UK The section of the
left-wing political establishmenttypically educated at polytechnics(or similar new universities)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
To put in a member of the old "polyocracy" is the precise reverse of this Government's wider educational aims.
Among the most important of these were the dynamism of the Party before 1933, its political alliance as a "totalitarian" movement with Germany's authoritarian elites, the personal absolutism of Hitler as FÃ¼hrer, and ” as a consequence of this triad ” the proliferation after 1933 of competitive and unco-ordinated power centres, or what Broszat calls the "polyocracy" of the Nazi state.