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25, italics S. , (see also Offe, “Capitalism by Democratic Design,” p. 510). “In the absence of a consolidated structure of capital ownership or a fully developed labour market, then, social differentiation is retarded and social cleavages are ill defined. ” – S. Padgett, “Organizing Democracy: Economic Interest Groups in Post-Communist Germany,” Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 15:3 (Sep. 1999): p. 8. : Post-communist Application, ed. András Sajó, Katharine Lauer (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 1996), p.
129 ff. On directly corrupt and criminal practices, see Darko Petri‡ic´, Kriminal u hrvatskoj pretvorbi [Crime in the Transformation of Ownership in Croatia] (Zagreb: Abakus, 2000). So the destruction of autonomous, auto-regulatory mechanisms of the society, which had been partly developed, but at the same time constantly suffocated and obstructed under socialism, continued even after the formal establishment of democracy and transition to private ownership and a market economy. 35 45 These fundamental concepts are developed in Žarko Puhovski, Interes i zajednica [Interest and Community], Studentski centar Sveu‡ilišta u Zagrebu, the “Razlog” series, (Zagreb 1975).
George Schöpflin, “The End of Communism in Eastern Europe,” Nov. 28, 1989, International Affairs 66:1 (Jan. 1990): p. 4. 55 A political environment marked by a systematic orientation toward an individual subject of political life. – Puhovski, “Wizard of Oz,” pt. 1, p. 19. 39 powerful social organizations and established non-political elites, the “equation of democracy” really does lack the other side – the one that consists of the power of the society versus that of the state. Democratic defects The second implication of the rapid establishment of democratic orders relates to the quality of the newly introduced arrangements.