"I want to make it clear in order to reveal the meaning of the bureaucratic ethos.  Its use has mainly been in and for non-democratic areas of society--a military establishment, a corporation, an advertising agency, an administrative division of government.  It is in and for such bureaucratic organizations that many social scientists have been invited to work, and the problems with which they there concern themselves are the kinds of problems that concern the more efficient members of such administrative machines"  (The Sociological Imagination, 1959, pp. 114-115).