Formal rationality, which is typical of organized bureaucracy, whether public or private, has little, if anything, to do with substantive rationality. Thus, while it can take care of day-to-day problems, it is unable to face the challenge of sudden, explosive crises. Historically, Fascism, Nazism, Bolshevism have been the tragic responses to such inability, by crushing democratic values and freedoms to implement autocratic dictatorships.
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