ruling class
Noun

ruling class (plural ruling classes)

  1. The social class of a given society that decides upon and sets that society's political agenda by mandating that there is one such particular class in the given society, and then appointing itself as that class.
Translations
  • French: classe dirigeante
  • Russian: пра́вящий класс
  • Spanish: clase dirigente



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