The present as history; essays and reviews on capitalism and socialism.

New York, Monthly Review Press, 1953.

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Subjects Capitalism.
Description 376 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1953.
Contents part 1. The character of our epoch: The communist manifesto after 100 years -- Toynbee's universal history -- The illusion of the managerial revolution -- The Marshall Plan and the crisis of Western Europe -- Marxism in the east: decomposition or enrichment? -- part 2. Imperialism: A Marxist view of imperialism -- Three works on imperialism -- part 3 American capitalism: Recent developments in American capitalism -- The American ruling class -- Capitalism and race relations -- The heyday of the investment banker -- Interest groups in the American economy -- The decline of the investment banker -- Critics and crusaders -- Socialist humanitarianism -- An economic program for America -- part 4. German capitalism: The German problem -- National socialism -- Post mortem -- Resurrection? -- part 5. Thinkers and theories: John Maynard Keynes -- Pigou and the case for socialism -- Hansen and the crisis of capitalism -- Schumpeter's theory of innovation -- Hayek's road to serfdom -- Rosa Luxemburg and the theory of capitalism -- Thorstein Veblen: strengths and weaknesses -- part 6. Some problems in political economy: Marxian and orthodox economics -- Fabian political economy -- Science, Marxism, and democracy -- Strategy for socialism -- A crucial difference between capitalism and socialism -- A reply to critics -- Peace and prosperity.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)169234
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WorldCat Identities Sweezy, Paul M. 1910-2004.
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