Theoretical weekends will hear today from Mao Zedong. Mao had this thing about bureaucracy. He didn't like it much. He wanted badly to eliminate it, get rid of it, get past it. Of course, this wasn't easy. Never is, but must be done. On that I agree with the Great Helmsman. Of course, bureaucracy was one of the targets of the Cultural Revolution. In the midst of all that was happening, in February of 1970 Mao wrote down in plain language a little about the problem in a work called TWENTY MANIFESTATIONS OF BUREAUCRACY. It is not too late to take a read. The following is from something called Communist Philosophy Education.
TWENTY MANIFESTATIONS OF BUREAUCRACY