Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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Today, by contrast, it is necessary to face the relevant problems for two main
reasons. First, because no socialist can seriously entertain the idea that the
capital system can be historically superseded so long as the ascendancy of the
subjected — with the greatest imaginable iniquities, in conformity to the
historically at any particular time prevailing power ... circumstances permit,
undoubtedly favouring capital against labour during the long period of its
Until that stage, however, capital maintains the dynamism inherent in its historical
ascendancy. And together with this dynamism capital retains, of course, also its
power to bend, subdue, and crush the forces that oppose it in many 'little ...
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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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