20) It is precisely through fractionalism
that Poulantzas sought to overcome Miliband's instrumental understanding of the state: because of its functional division into competing fractions, capital cannot absolutely and completely control the state, which institutionally concentrates its internal contradictions.
has thwarted efforts so far to get the polymer industry to cooperate efficiently; the Ohio Polymer Enterprise Development Corp.
Table 1 Quality of Institutions in Korea, Brazil, and Turkey (1980s) Ethno-linguistic Index of Rule of Fractionalism
Democracy Law Corruption Korea, Republic of 0 5 3 2.
This movement, really prophetic and revolutionary if we think of the state of fractionalism
in which the Protestant world found itself a century ago, has appeared to these Orthodox leaders as a search by Protestants for the true Church.
It is easy to speculate that his work would have the blessing of that old man, the last emperor, who dedicated his entire life to the cause of Austria as an alternative to the twin perversities of the kleindeutsche Losung and the fatal fractionalism
of rampant nationalisms.
He adds, "He can stop the fractionalism
we saw in the Cowper administration - the Department of Environmental Conservation going off and doing its thing and fighting with the Department of Natural Resources, and Fish and Game doing its thing.
Given the rather specific conditions of the Lebanese socio-political development of the last few years, these traditional relations have led to a disintegration and segmentation of social structures and, specifically, to a fractionalism
and separatism within the party and the state apparatus and clientelism became an overwhelming pattern not of traditionality but of social change itself (Johnson 1977).