[Marxism] crises of overproduction
MichaelF at pcs.org.uk
Wed Oct 26 09:35:07 MDT 2005
Except....John Weeks, Michael Lebowitz, Ben Fine, Alfredo Saad Filho, Michael Perelman etc etc
I could go on. In essence, what they appear to be saying is that no bourgeois economist is a Marxist economist - which is a somewhat pointless observation.
>>> info at kersplebedeb.com 26/10/2005 16:07:25 >>>
i just finished reading a book by a bunch of conservative
social-democrats (Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter, "The Rebel Sell"), in
which they state that "No modern economist, left or right, endorses
Marx's claim that capitalism is subject to crises of overproduction."
i was wondering if this was so or if (as in many of their examples)
they're fudging teh facts.
please let me know,
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