Mary Parker Follett, The New State (1918)


Introduction

PART I. THE GROUP PRINCIPLE

I. The Group and the New Psychology
II. The Group Process: the Collective Idea
III. The Group Process: the Collective Idea (continued)
IV. The Group Process: the Collective Feeling
V. The Group Process: the Collective Will
VI. The Unity of the Social Process
VII. The Individual
VIII. Who is the Free Man?
IX. The New Individualism
X. Society
XI. The Self-and-Others Illusion
XII. The Crowd Fallacy
XIII. The Secret of Progress
XIV. The Group Principle at Work
XV. From Contract to Community.

PART II. THE TRADITIONAL DEMOCRACY

XVI. Democracy Not "Liberty" and "Equality" Our Political Dualism
XVII. Democracy Not the Majority: Our Political Fallacy
XVIII. Democracy Not The Crowd: Our Popular Delusion
XIX. The True Democracy
XX. The Growth of Democracy in America
XXI. After Direct Democracy -- What?

PART III. GROUP ORGANIZATION DEMOCRACY'S METHOD

1. The Neighborhood Group
XXII. Neighborhood Needs the Basis of Politics
XXIII. An Integrated Neighborhood
XXIV. Neighborhood Organization vs. Party Organization: The Will of the People
XXV. Neighborhood Organization vs. Party Organization: Leaders or Bosses?
XXVI. Neighborhood Organization vs. Party Organization: A Responsible Neighborhood
XXVII. From Neighborhood to Nation: The Unifying State

2. The Occupational Group
XXVIII. Political Pluralism
XXIX. Political Pluralism and Sovereignty
XXX. Political Pluralism and Functionalism: The Service State vs. The "Sovereign State"
XXXI. Political Pluralism and the True Federal State
XXXII. Political Pluralism (concluded)
XXXIII. Increasing Recognition of the Occupational Group

PART IV. THE DUAL ASPECT OF THE GROUP: A UNION OF INDIVIDUALS, AN INDIVIDUAL IN A LARGER UNION

XXXIV. The Moral State and Creative Citizenship
XXXV. The World State

APPENDIX
The Training for the New Democracy


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