The Transformation of Capitalist Society
Zellig S. HarrisISBN: 0847684121;
With the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, there is a widespread assumption that capitalism is triumphant and immutable. It is now necessary for scholars to assess the strengths and weaknesses of capitalism, and the emerging processes that are transforming it. In "The Transformation of Capitalist Society", Harris presents a compelling interpretation of the self-transformative capacities of capitalism. He argues that economic democracy and employee ownership and control are viable, socio-economic strategies of the transformation of capitalist societies. This book provides a valuable historical, economic, and sociological analysis of changes in the capitalist system.
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