Several years after first reading this I still file it under my desk for mopping up spilt tea: right wing anarchist self-justifying bulls***. Read morePublished 21 months ago by anotherreader
Parecon attempts to defend "participatory" economics. However, only a bureaucrat could love "parecon". Read morePublished on October 8, 2008 by Norman Strojny
this book is well written, well researched and well thought out.
the argument against capitalism, market socialism and centrally planned economies is firmly established... Read more
In this comprehensive, well-organised argument for a meaningful post-capitalist political economy, Michael Albert critiques both free-market capitalism as well as its existing (or... Read morePublished on March 9, 2008 by Shayn Mccallum
Definitely. We cannot count on Mr. Albert's ideas to move away from capitalism.Published on April 2, 2007 by Paulo Oneto
Because there is no "before capitalism." A stupid, stupid book designed to trick people into communism.Published on November 20, 2006 by R
If you're a Hobbesian type who feels that life is brutish, short, and that people are basically animals that need to be continually monitored, goaded into working, etc. Read morePublished on June 3, 2005 by E.V. Debs
Credit to Albert for exploring new ideas. A few good insights. But I haven't been able to finish.
I found the writing style tedious. Read more
It is amazing to see critics trivialize the incredible amount of evolution in economic theory that it has taken to get us to the point of a workable and equitable product that both... Read morePublished on December 7, 2003 by "blackleatherrain"