Anti-Capitalist Chronicles: Beyond Reorganization of Production

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In this episode of Anti-Capitalist Chronicles, Prof. Harvey considers a looming question: is capitalism too big to fail? He speculates on what approaches may lead to a successful socialist alternative. Is it a reorganization of the productive forces? Or redistribution of wealth? Or both?

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  • Steve Greenberg
    commented 2022-09-23 09:15:44 -0400
    Lots of good questions without any answers yet. Make Democracy at Work a rather ill thought out “solution”
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