在台灣因為國家機器徵收權的濫用，衍生許多抗議事件，使得土地徵收已成為一嚴重的社會問題。本文藉由權力的三面向，來解構土地徵收制度之實施與修法過程中所涉及之權力觀，並進一步剖析土地徵收制度中，有權者（國家機器）如何取得被支配者（所有權人）自願的順從，以闡述個中權力與利益的糾葛及思索土地徵收問題之根源所在。研究認為，台灣在經濟發展掛帥及選票至上的枷鎖下，國家機器對權力的運籌，已不再是隱而未顯的掌控，而是赤裸裸的權力操縱，加上在政客官僚自利心的共犯結構下，使得土地徵收侷限於技術面而忽略結構面的問題，是為當今面對土地徵收問題首應正本清源的。 Land expropriation has become a serious social problem in Taiwan society. Many protests emerge recently because the state abuses its power of eminent domain. Researches indicate that land policy and land expropriation are strongly influenced (or strictly controlled) by local political coalitions. Using the theory of three dimensions of power the paper tries to dissect the institution of land expropriation and power structure underneath of it. The paper would like to explore the problem of why those victims of land expropriation would obedient to the state’s orders. What is the root problem of Taiwan land expropriation? In the name of economic growth and election first the paper maintains that the state has manipulated its hegemonic power on those victims, whose human rights have been deprived because of land expropriation. Accompanied with strong influences from local political factions and financial syndicates the problem of land expropriation has been wrongly defined as technical issue, such as the amount of money compensation. The paper argues that in order to solve the problem of land expropriation the problem of it must be put on the right place.