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The term new class is used as a polemic term by critics of countries that followed the Soviet type of Communism to describe the privileged ruling class of bureaucrats and Communist Party functionaries which arose in these states. Generally, the group known in the Soviet Union as the nomenklatura conforms to the theory of the new class. The term was earlier applied to other emerging strata of the society. The term " red bourgeoisie " is a pejorative synonym for the term new class, crafted by leftist critics and movements like the student demonstrations in Belgrade. New class is also used as a term in late s post-industrial sociology.

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The term new class is used as a polemic term by critics of countries that followed the Soviet type of Communism to describe the privileged ruling class of bureaucrats and Communist Party functionaries which arose in these states.

Generally, the group known in the Soviet Union as the nomenklatura conforms to the theory of the new class. The term was earlier applied to other emerging strata of the society.

The term " red bourgeoisie " is a pejorative synonym for the term new class, crafted by leftist critics and movements like the student demonstrations in Belgrade. New class is also used as a term in late s post-industrial sociology. This can be compared to the capitalist who seeks expanded value through increased sharemarket values, even though the sharemarket itself does not necessarily reflect an increase in the value of commodities produced.

On arriving at a full self-consciousness the initial project undertaken would be massive industrialisation in order to cement the external security of the new class' rule against foreign or alternative ruling classes. As the new class suborns all other interests to its own security during this period, it freely executes and purges its own members in order to achieve its major goal of security as a ruling class.

Due to the emergence of conflicts of policy within the new class, the potential for palace coups, or populist revolutions is possible as experienced in Poland and Hungary respectively. This claim, within Marxist theory, argues that the Soviet-style societies must eventually either collapse backwards towards capitalism, or experience a social revolution towards real socialism. This can be seen as a prediction of the downfall of the Soviet Union.

Marxists, like Ernest Mandel , have criticised Djilas for ignoring the existence of a new socio-economic system, which cannot be reconciled with the old class system. Mikhail Bakunin had made this point in his International Workingmen's Association debates with Marx in the mid-to-late 19th century. This idea was repeated after the Russian revolution by anarchists like Kropotkin and Makhno , as well as some Marxists.

In Robert Michels first proposed the Iron law of oligarchy , which described the development of bureaucratic hierarchies in supposedly egalitarian and democratic socialist parties.

It was later repeated by a leader of the Russian Revolution, Leon Trotsky through his theory of degenerated workers state. Of course, this wide range of people over the decades had different perspectives on the matter, but there was also a degree of core agreement on this idea.

The Road to Serfdom. American neoconservatives adapted New Class analysis in their theory of the managerial state. Canadian-American liberal economist John Kenneth Galbraith also wrote about a similar phenomenon under capitalism, the emergence of a technocratic layer in The New Industrial State and The Affluent Society.

The "New Class" model as a theory of new social groups in post-industrial societies gained ascendency during the s as social and political scientists noted how "New Class" groups were shaped by post-material orientations in their pursuit of political and social goals Bruce-Briggs, B. The New Class? New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. New Class themes "no longer have a direct relationship to the imperatives of economic security" Inglehart, Ronald.

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It arises from former revolutionaries and transforms into a political party bureaucracy, being nothing more than a new group of rulers and exploiters. It is a political realization of the communist utopia, which - like any utopia - does not reach its initial goals and includes some elements of imminent collapse. Djilas precisely and accurately announces the fall of that "new class", which is the core of the communist system. That fall will be a simple consequence of the fact that individuals and society are "subjects of the right to life" that imposes the need to enlarge and improve production. Djilas claims that the phenomenon is only a tendency; a long process without the final, ultimate fulfillment. It is a tendency that leads "to a better understanding, harmonization and utilization of global production capacity. At the same time it destroys everything that prevents such a development, including obsolete social relations and ownership, and above all - exclusive and isolated systems and ideologies.

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