The Democratic Road to Socialism
Two main subjects are dealt with in this paper: the democratic road to socialism in Marx and Engels’s works and, more generally, a feasible transition to a new social order. Starting out from the Marxian definition of revolution as the transition from one production mode to another, the author expatiates on different possible modes of transition. Marx and Engels often declared themselves in favour of a transition realised through a worker management of firms, and one purpose of this article is to suggest that the establishment of a system of producer cooperatives would be the correct way out of capitalism.
Volume (Year): 118 (2010)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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