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He himself concedes that volunteer activities are up, and one authority on voluntary organizations in the United States holds that 'Our nation has never been more caring for the previously disadvantaged or excluded, from ethnic and religious minorities to gays, battered women, and children' (Willis 2000 ) . The generation in America that Putnam holds responsible for the 'decline of community', has been responsible too, for having created the first consumers' movement since the 1 930s, the first environmental movement since the turn of the century, public health movements, grassroots activism and community o rganizing, the first feminist movement since the pre- First World War period, the civil rights movement, and innumerable transnatio n al no ngovernmental organizations and civic movements [ like those that took such effective action against the thoroughly antidemocratic WTO at its Seattle meetings in 1 99 9 ] , all of which have led to unprecedented advances 6 Putnam made this point when he responded to critics i n The American Prospect in 1 996.
This is what the idea of ' state society synergy' means then: 'I t is shorthand for the myriad co ncrete S o c i a l Cap i t a l a n d Sy n e rgy 75 relationships of mutual support that connect communities, NGOs and social movements with individuals and o rganizations inside the state who put a p riority on livelihood and sustain ability' , though this should not be taken to imply that conflict is absent from the relations of communities and state agencies. Quite to the contrary, paradoxically, 'conflict is likely to be first and foremost with agencies that are supposed to be part of the solution'.
S Thus it was argued that the most successful late developing economies had 'developmental states', headed by powerful ( and generally repressive) elites, and with competent economic bureaucracies, insulated from politics, having the authority to direct and manage economic and social development in the p u rsuit of national economic interests. 9 Their thinking was reflected in the increasing attention which began to be placed upon 'governance' , or sometimes 'good government', in the World Bank.