edited by Ronald M. Glassman, William H. Swatos, Jr., and Paul L. Rosen
<p>This collection of essays represents a comprehensive socio-political analysis of public and private bureaucracy, emphasizing its dangerous ramifications for democracy and individualism. The contributors analyze a variety of bureaucratic systems, providing a combination of theory, case studies, and proposed solutions, in an effort to enable the reader to confront the real problems of bureaucracy. Emphasis is on programs and principles directed to the maintenance of democracy and freedom within the limits and conditions of modernity. "Bureaucracy Against Democracy and Socialism" offers valuable implications for anyone interested in organizational theory and behavior.