Communist China blurs from hard-line communism to a hybrid of capitalism and very authoritative but much less hard-line communism...moving slowly along the scale toward socialism.
In the US, a democratic republic has been blurred from highly capitalistic to a hybrid of capitalism and very authoritative socialism.
Europe is so incredibly obviously a flat out hybrid of capitalism and very authoritative socialistic entity.
In all 3 cases, the authoritative nature of these systems remained as a consistent component while all other original components were reconfigured.
A transparentocracy can fully address the problem since it directly reconfigures the component of "authority" into one that is no longer the weakest
The idea of a transparentocracy brings the perspective that the REAL class "struggle" is between those with authority and those under authority. The
same authorities have been imposing these systems on everyone for quite a few centuries now. They definitely ignore the lack of attention that's ever
really paid toward the authority component of all these systems because....well, you know.
It's obvious that at the stage "civilization" has now reached, a Transparentocracy is likely the best way forward. Once the Authority problem is
taken care of, the Communism/Socialism/Democracy/Republic/etc details will be incredibly easy to iron out.