This chapter is concerned to distinguish a particular level of politics: the access by clients to the services or resources allocated by organizations. The notion of such a level is therefore associated with a particular view of organization. The paper argues that the problems of the acces relationship have been solved bureaucratically by arrangements whose peculiarities are best symbolized in the queue. Queuing, however, has certain limits and conditions. Outside those contingencies it can vary, break down or simply be unavailable. The problems and limits of queuing coincide with certain forms of integration and certain aspects of sociopolitical development. *