During a visit to the city of Krasnodar in September 1986, Gorbachev complained about those allegedly resisting the restructuring. The main concern of such people, Gorbachev said, was "to preserve old, obsolete ways and to keep their own privileges intact." Such people, he continued, were to be found "among workers, and peasants, and managers, and workers in the party apparatus. . . . They are also to be found among our intelligentsia." 1 He thus suggested that dissatisfaction was present at almost every level of Soviet society.