By Charles Bukowski
Everyone's favourite soiled outdated guy returns with extra boozy stories of outstanding insanity.
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Although English (British) history has had its moments of intense division and conflict over the nature of the state and the uses to which it should be put, the resolution, encouraged perhaps by France’s experiences with revolution, has been such as to unite most elite factions in a broad consensus. As a result, the potential for abuse of state power has been handled more by the understanding that political action requires the voluntary consent, or a least acquiescence, of all recognized interests (sometimes jarringly referred to as “voluntaryism”), than by the attempt to elevate the state above political controversy.
As a result, the potential for abuse of state power has been handled more by the understanding that political action requires the voluntary consent, or a least acquiescence, of all recognized interests (sometimes jarringly referred to as “voluntaryism”), than by the attempt to elevate the state above political controversy. It has also led to the appearance of greater political trust in Britain than in France, especially as the political formula facilitated the recognition of organized labor as a legitimate 22 PROBLEMS A N D PERSPECTIVES interest (although one may wonder how well founded the trust is in a system that postulates immobility unless agreement is general).
This appeals to the individual employee’s desire for autonomy. For him, the protection The Dilemma of Culturalism 23 from interference provided by the rules affords the independence he cherishes, and he enters into a sort of negative solidarity with his peers to insure that their “stratum” is protected from above and below and that within the stratum all are treated with strict equality. The inevitable dysfunction of this clever reconciliation of inconsistent principles resides in the difficulty of introducing needed change.
Absence of the Hero (Uncollected Stories and Essays, Volume 2: 1946-1992) by Charles Bukowski