Chapter VI, "Social Structure and Anomie," was first published in 1938, but has been more recently extended and revised.  It exemplifies the theoretic orientation of the functional analyst who considers socially deviant behavior just as much a product of social structure as conformist behavior.  This orientation is directed sharply against the fallacious premise, strongly entrenched in Freudian theory and found also in the writings of such Freudian revisionists as Fromm, that the structure of society primarily restrains the free expression of man's fixed native impulses and that, accordingly, man periodically breaks into open rebellion against these restraints to achieve freedom (1968, p. 175).