This book attempts to stress the decisiveness of armed force for the capitalist hold of state power and that only if a multi-level analytical framework is adopted a fuller account of the reality can be given with reference to the capitalist hold of state power. After laying the methodological and theoretical grounds for a multi-level analysis along with the privilege of armed force as the factor enabling the state power, it concretizes the multi-level analytical framework in the context of Turkey. Mafia forces are also proposed to be integrated to the analysis of the capitalist state on account of the considerable economic and armed means they hold. Weberian approach is proposed to be replaced by an alternative one not holding the consent of the inhabitants as an unconditional necessity for the presence of modern state. Class struggle process is held to take place at a site embracing the interplay of associative and communal relationships in a micro-macro range. Routes of tendential multiplicity and totality are attempted to be explored. Also the importance of strategy and tactics are stressed.