Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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Those who in the past used to characterize the Soviet Union as a 'state capitalist'
society should now have second thoughts, in the light of what has actually
happened in the recent past. For even today, more than ten years after
This is how Stalin "argued' his case, in a chapter entitled "Inevitability of Wars
between Capitalist Countries': Take, first of all, Britain and France.Undoubtedly,
they are imperialist countries. Undoubtedly, cheap raw materials and secure ...
Later Lenin admitted that his reflections on 'state capitalism' were guided by the
hope that within the framework of the New Economic Policy the government
could lease out concessions” to foreign and local capitalist enterprises, which
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BREAKING THE SPELL OF UNIVERSAL PERMANENT CAPITAL
Historical Legacy of the Socialist Critique
SOLUTIONS TO THE UNCONTROLLABILITY OF CAPITAL
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