[email protected] Contributor:Richard WolffApril 27, 2016
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It comes to my mind to ask, very poorly, what if the military industrial complex of the early 20th century had been inhibited in creating and developing the conflict between socialism/communisim and capitalism. You know, Us versus Them. The US vs USSR. It seems that much of the resources of the nacent communist revolution in Russia was used to build a strong military to defend itself rather than to build a strong socialist economy.
Please excuse my ignorance.