Capitalism's Crisis Deepens
The once robust debates over capitalism and alternative economic systems were never settled in the Cold War or by the implosion of the former Soviet Union. They were only temporarily submerged first by anticommunist hysteria and then, after 1989, by delusional capitalist triumphalism. The 2008 crash of global capitalism reopened the space for those debates to resume . . . Interest in alternatives to capitalism grows now much as popular support for capitalism wanes. These essays on the global economic meltdown both respond to and seek to advance and develop this remarkable shifting of ideas and ideological positions. pp. 325.
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