Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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But the same imperative operates in the socialist economy. There the business
firm seeks to minimize or exclude control by the bureaucracy. ... The industrial
system has no inherent capacity for regulating total demand — for ensuring a
Thus, while the viability of a socialist revolution at the weakest link of the chain
was advocated, the imperative of a world revolution as a condition of success of
the former reasserted itself in a most uneasy form: as an insoluble tension at the ...
members of the capitalist class; and • (6) following its own economic imperative of
growth and expansion, capital production tends towards a global integration,
through the intermediary of the world market, as a totally interdependent system
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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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