Robert A. Dahl Quote

Probably nothing strengthened the impetus of socialists toward bureaucratic centralization more than their implacable rejection of economic controls in general and the market in particular.


After the Revolution? (1970; 1990) - Ch. 4 : From Principles to Problems

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Probably nothing strengthened the impetus of socialists toward bureaucratic centralization more than their implacable rejection of economic controls...

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Probably nothing strengthened the impetus of socialists toward bureaucratic centralization more than their implacable rejection of economic controls...

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Probably nothing strengthened the impetus of socialists toward bureaucratic centralization more than their implacable rejection of economic controls...

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Probably nothing strengthened the impetus of socialists toward bureaucratic centralization more than their implacable rejection of economic controls...