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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: A society in which corporations control the government.
From corporate, from Latin corpus (body) + -cracy (rule). Ultimately from the Indo-European root kwrep- (body, form), which is also the source of corps, corpus, corpse, corporation, corpulent, corset, corsage, leprechaun, and corpus delicti. Earliest documented use: 1935.
Earlier the word was applied to corporate bureaucracy. Over time the word has changed its meaning and now it refers to a system in which corporations control the government.
“Anarica was a corpocracy. Run by the most influential corporations.”
Sabine Priestley; Twice Tethered; KAC Publishing; 2017.
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