aaRe: Mattick

John R. Ernst ernst at pipeline.com
Wed Oct 18 21:13:50 MDT 1995

I have no doubt Grossmann influenced even more folk than you 
list.   However, of those you mention I do not think any used  
Bauer's schemes as Grossmann did.  Rosdolsky does, for example, 
does give one a clear picture of the use-value side of accumulation. 
I do not think it is one seen in the works of Mattick or Grossmann. 
My major point, though, was what is the picture in Mattick or  
On Wed, 18 Oct 1995 glevy at acnet.pratt.edu said: 
>Grossmann influenced many Marxist economists, including Rosdolsky,  
>Mattick, Mandel, Altvater, and others. I believe it is a mistake to speak 

>of the "Grossmann/Mattick" model, however. Mattick's understanding   
>was different in significant ways from Grossmann. Indeed, all of the  
>above who were influenced by Grossmann's writings, developed their own  
>distinct interpretations regarding value, accumulation, and crisis. 
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