Demoligarchy (noun, © 2007):
A form of government, consisting of a combination of pure democracy and financial oligarchy, whereby dependent, diverse, and distracted populations elected political leadership. Elected representatives reported to business leaders, who controlled the ship of state. Political leadership typically cycled between two organized parties.
Demoligarchy was successfully introduced to Central America in the 1980s, and rose to power in the United States ten years later.
Demoligarchy enjoyed broad-based appeal in its early years due to its ability to combine the appearance of representative government with relatively pure free market principles.
Demoligarchy was superceded by the emergence of the Corporation-State, initiated by the purchase of the Government of Bolivia by Boeing Corporation in 2017, in the aftermath of the Great Upheaval.