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POLITICAL FAMILIES IN REPUBLICS[EDIT]

 

[...] POLITICAL POWER OFTEN ACCRUES TO GENERATIONS OF RELATED INDIVIDUALS IN REPUBLICS. EMINENCE, INFLUENCE, TRADITION,

GENETICS, AND NEPOTISM MAY CONTRIBUTE TO THIS PHENOMENON.

 

INFLUENTIAL/WEALTHY FAMILIES[EDIT]

 

-THE AGNELLI FAMILY (ITALY)

-THE ANHEUSER FAMILY (UNITED STATES)

-THE ARISON FAMILY (UNITED STATES)

-THE ASTOR FAMILY (UNITED STATES AND UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE BAMFORD FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE BARING FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE BERENBERG-GOSSLER-SEYLER BANKING DYNASTY (GERMANY)

-THE DARWIN–WEDGWOOD FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE BOTÍN FAMILY (SPAIN)

-THE BONNIER FAMILY (SWEDEN)

-THE BRONFMAN FAMILY (CANADA)

-THE CADBURY FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE CONRAN FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE CURZON FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE DARWIN–WEDGWOOD FAMILY (UNITED KINGDOM)

-THE DU PONT FAMILY (UNITED STATES)

-THE FABERGÉ FAMILY (RUSSIA AND UK)

-THE FORBES FAMILY (UNITED STATES)

-THE FORD FAMILY (UNITED STATES)

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