Bureaucracy

5.3. The Bureaucrat as a Voter

May 2, 1944
The bureaucrat is not only a government employee. He is his also own employer.

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5.4. The Bureaucratization of the Mind

May 2, 1944
It is not in the power of the government to make everybody more prosperous.

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5.5. Who Should be the Master?

May 2, 1944
Profit motive or regimentation. There is no third possibility left.

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6.1. The German Youth Movement

May 2, 1944
Capitalism is a system under which everybody has the chance of acquiring wealth. All roads are open to the smart youngster. But not under the rising tide of bureaucratization.

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6.2. The Fate of the Rising Generation within a Bureucratic Environment

May 2, 1944
The German youth movement was doomed, because it did not attack the seed of the evil: the trend toward socialization.

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6.3. Authoritarian Guardianship and Progress

May 2, 1944
In social life, rigidity amounts to petrification and death.

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6.4. The Selection of the Dictator

May 2, 1944
The alternative to the democratic principle of selection through popular election is the seizure of power by ruthless adventurers.

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6.5. The Vanishing of the Critical Sense

May 2, 1944
The capitalist variety of competition is to outdo other people on the market through offering better and cheaper goods. The bureaucratic variety consists in intrigues at the "courts" of those in power.

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7.1. Past Failures

May 2, 1944
Bureaucratization is only a particular feature of socialization. The main matter is: Capitalism or Socialism?

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7.2. Economics Versus Planning and Totalitarianism

May 2, 1944
The main issues of present-day politics are purely economic and cannot be understood without a grasp of economic theory.

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