You really need to pick up a Hemingway piece and study the elegance and power of simplicity. Any sophomore with a thesaurus can obsfucate-- and to what end? There is something masturbatory at play--satisfying yr own needs, no concern for the reader.
Try this: after you type in something, go back and shorten it by just a bit--start with excessive jargon and tired phrases--scum, fascism etc. Keep the meaning, lose the flaccid oratory.
I hope this makes sense, am operating on no sleep, long story.
To the case in point, one may use the synonym of corporatism, if such a synonym is more to one's liking. The adult stage of the individual corporate person, irrespective of the potential attainment of adulthood of the entire cohort under consideration, was the point of consideration. Only a few corporate persons can reach adulthood. The predicate to pupal transformation by means of melding with government, requires the marshaling of extensive resources - both capital and political.
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