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Yet the Republican bill is not a technocratic fix for these problems.
Macron has backed up his agenda by reinvigorating French politics with skilled technocratic talent.
But, nonetheless, his suggestion that the bill pass with 60 votes is a tacit endorsement of a legislative process that ends with technocratic fixes to the existing law (which Trump could then rebrand as his own).
At the same time, many members of the donor class, on both sides of the aisle, are agitating for a new approach: a technocratic, third-way party that would be socially liberal, business friendly, and open to bipartisan solutions.
One way to measure the shift from monopolies being a central concern of voters to being a technical matter left to the experts is by tracking the rise and fall of the word antitrust, a technocratic term used mainly by specialists.
Tech leaders who once fancied themselves the vanguard of a post-partisan, technocratic future, now face a mounting public relations crisis in the Age of Trump.
Character relies on norms, not paternalistic nudges; it is cultivated through culture and role models, not directly engineered by technocratic government policy.
The reason for the Underwoods’ apparent defeat—dampened enthusiasm among Democrats for their technocratic candidate accused of corruption—also seemed plenty familiar.
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: of, relating to, or similar to a technocrat or technocracy
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