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Socialism and Capitalism: Are They Qualitatively Different Socioeconomic Systems?

By M. Kotz


In the early stage of the socialist movement in the nineteenth century, there was wide agreement that socialism would be a radically different type of society from capitalism. This understanding of socialism was held not just by revolutionary Marxist socialists but also by evolutionary socialists, Christian socialists, and even anarchists. At that time there was also wid

Year: 2006
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