State Apparatus

Some articles on state apparatus, state:

Predictions Of Soviet Collapse - Predictions of Soviet Collapse - Leon Trotsky
... Together with the masses, and at their head, it would carry out a ruthless purgation of the state apparatus ... in the payment of labor to the life necessities of the economy and the state apparatus ... A purgation of the state apparatus would, of course, be necessary in this case too ...
Politics Of East Germany - State Apparatus - Politicians of Note in East Germany
... Party (SED), 1971–89 Chairman of the Council of State, 1976–89) Walter Ulbricht (General Secretary of the SED, 1950–71 Chairman of the Council of State, 1960–73) Wilhelm Pieck (Chairman of the SED ...
Anarchism And Marxism - Arguments Surrounding The Issue of Class
... that the industrial workers -and only them- would organize together, abolish the state, take control over the means of production, collectivize them, and create a classless society administered by and for workers ... who has control over the means of production and the state, but only a minority of them, which is part of the ruling class, but has its own concerns ... That is, they explicitly reject imposing state property of the land, although voluntary collectivization is seen as more efficient and thus supported (indeed, during the Spanish revolution anarchists impulsed ...

Famous quotes containing the words apparatus and/or state:

    ... But all the feelings that evoke in us the joy or the misfortune of a real person are only produced in us through the intermediary of an image of that joy or that misfortune; the ingeniousness of the first novelist was in understanding that, in the apparatus of our emotions, since the image is the only essential element, the simplification which consists of purely and simply suppressing the factual characters is a definitive improvement.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    If a thousand men were not to pay their tax-bills this year, that would not be a violent and bloody measure, as it would be to pay them, and enable the State to commit violence and shed innocent blood. This is, in fact, the definition of a peaceable revolution, if any such is possible.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)