Marxism and Workers' Self-Management: The Essential Tension

Marxism and Workers' Self-Management: The Essential Tension

Marxism and Workers' Self-Management: The Essential Tension

Marxism and Workers' Self-Management: The Essential Tension

Synopsis

This book comes to terms with Marxism and its relationship to workers' self-management. Prychitko offers a reinterpretation of Marx's vision of socialism by arguing that Marx's understanding of humankind led him to a utopian goal of decentralized socialism based on the total abolition of market exchange. A tension exists between workers' self-management and central economic planning that can be traced back to Marx himself. Prychitko argues that, with the fall of state socialism in 1989, the feasibility of workers' self-managed enterprises has not been abandoned due to the apparent victory of capitalism.
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