Synarchism  

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Synarchism is a term which generally refers to "joint rule" or "harmonious rule".

Beyond this general definition, however, both "synarchism" and synarchy have been used to describe several different political processes in various contexts. Increasingly, the terms have been used to mean rule by a secret elite.



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