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Market Socialism : The Debate Among Socialist - Professor Bertell Ollman

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Aside from Post Modernism, probably the hottest topic today among socialist scholars world-wide is Market Socialism. In this book, four leading socialist scholars present both sides of the debate--two for, and two against--highlighting the different perspectives from which Market Socialism has been viewed.
Arguing in favor of Market Socialism are the philosophers David Schweickart and James Lawler. While opposing them and Market Socialism are the political economist Hillel Ticktin and the political theorist Bertell Ollman. The evidence and arguments found in this book will prove invaluable to readers interested in the future of socialism.

"Bringing together these debaters provides a very useful snapshot of the nature of the debates that have occurred over the concept of market socialism for many years." -Michael A. Lebowitz, "Critical Sociology ..." makes for entertaining reading ... Whatever your feelings on socialism are ... you will find yourself engrossed in a political discourse that challenges established beliefs and creates a whole series of new ideas on the future of the political left." -Michael Taube, "The Vancouver Sun "The book... is an excellent vehicle for stimulating discussion of such matters. "New Political Science, Victos Wallis, Berklee College of Music."

Participants in the Debate
Introduction
for
"Market Socialism: A Defense"p. 7
"Marx as Market Socialist"p. 23
against
"The Problem is Market Socialism"p. 55
"Market Mystification in Capitalist and Market Socialist Societies"p. 81
criticism
Schweickart on Ticktinp. 125
Ticktin on Schweickartp. 129
Lawler on Ollmanp. 137
Ollman on Lawlerp. 149
response
Ticktinp. 159
Schweickartp. 169
Ollmanp. 177
Lawlerp. 183
Select Bibliography on Market Socialismp. 193
Indexp. 197
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ISBN: 9780415919678
ISBN-10: 0415919673
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 200
Published: 1st April 1998
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.3
Edition Number: 1