A second, rarer, use of the trust device might be called dynastic.
For one thing, it appears that Schaller is using a much narrower definition of "dynastic" -- he counts only those with family members in Congress as opposed to, say, Governorships or other high political officials; clearly, if the son of a Governor is elected to the U.S.
Gamal Mubarak's role in running the country is already increasingly prominent -- even as many Egyptians abhor the idea of dynastic succession.
It is an ancestor of the English term â€œcaliphate,â€ referring to a dynastic succession of rulers.
But there is, after all, prevalent among them a sufficiently evident logical inability to understand and appreciate the paramount need of national, that is to say dynastic, ascendancy that actuates all