Miron Kłusak, Instytut Politologii UG
Inevitability of authoritarian system breakdown
Adequacy problem of structural changes
Economic conditioning of political changes
Strains and social conflicts in new political structures
Properties of social change
Political consequences of social tension
Transition from monopoly to freemarket system meant necessity of structural changes. The freemarket economy started conditions for making choices. However, freedom resulted in inequality and social, economical and political conflicts. A society shaped in monopoly conditions was not adjusted to competition and private property. New changes did not bring new ideas. Building of new model of society demanded fundamental structural, political, economic and social changes.