In contrast to the separation principle of capital democracies, the socialist society functioned on the other way—fusion of the state, market and civil society (Kaminiski:1992). The party-state monopolized all powers and regulated the market and civil society. The market disappeared from the socialist state’s command economy and civil society was absorbed by the state. The conjoined activity of the one-party system was labeled as people’s democracy.
In the beginning, capitalist democracies were only concerned with creating congenial conditions for their citizens to pursue their preferred pattern of life, protect them from external aggression, and provide them with internal securit...
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...it tends to become totalitarian. The point is that none of these actors would likely to remain beyond the blemish and therefore privileging one of them would be a rash and an unsustainable judgment. Thus, marrying the state, civil society and market would produce an ideal state.
It is clear that market economy was considered to be the principal element in the civil society. The autonomization of the market has brought substantial accumulation of wealth by the national bourgeoisie as well as global corporations which came in and invaded the market. To complicate matters, the emerging autonomy where the structural programs has been accepted and caught in the web of globalization and liberalization. The invisible hand of the state is bound to create levels of income disparities and a degree of pauperization unknown to these societies for the past several decades.
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