Thus every increase in the size of organizations increases inequalities of power by simultaneously diminishing the independence of ordinary members and enlarging the scope of the initiative of the government. The average man submits because much more can be achieved co-operatively than singly; the exceptionally power-loving man rejoices, since it provides his opportunity .
Source: Bertrand Russell : Power, a new social analysis, 1938
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