A novel archetype, abstracted from published work and supported by anecdotal analogies is proposed. Its novelty is evidenced by a comparison with the 'Relative Control' archetype from Wolstenholme's classification. The significant difference is the erasure of the system boundary from 'Relative Control'. The effect is to bring the dynamics entirely within the system thereby creating a 'political' archetype: a structure internalizing the struggle between two opposed policies.