The Writings of Bertell Ollman
to the Editor
Dance of the Dialectic: Steps in Marx's Method
Reviews of Ollman's Books
Featured article -
America Beyond Capitalism: A Socialist Stew Prepared for Liberals and Conservatives
Featured speech -
McCoy Award Acceptance Speech
Video: Marxism and Progress
Marxism (the cartoon version)
From Theory to Practice
Recommended Web Sites
NYU Course Bibliographies
Not To Dare
Kiki & Bubu explain the neoliberal shift in labor relations
Market Socialism:"This penetrating and challenging selection of commentaries demonstrates that socialist thought is alive and well. Ollman's critique of the market and Schweickart's rebuttal of ultra-left simplicities are especially gratifying."
The Debate Among Socialists
Edited by Bertell Ollman
Michael Parenti, author of
Blackshirts and Reds: Rational Fascism and the Overthrow of Communism
"This book exemplifies some important strengths, renewals, and new departures now proliferating within the socialist theoretical tradition as it digests and grows beyond the collapse of the Soviet experiment. The authors' creative debate not only demonstrates the revived liveliness of the socialist tradition; it also offers very concrete, provocative insights into the recent development successes of China, the anti-capitalist potentials of cooperatives, and many other issues of current interest worldwide."
Richard D. Wolff, Professor of Economics,
University of Massachusetts
"A useful and instructive book of diverging ideas on how best to design a democratic and humanistic socialism. In addition to the issues debated with respect to socialism, Bertell Ollman offers a clear and penetrating analysis of the market under capitalism."
Harry Magdoff, co-editor,
Aside from Post Modernism, probably the hottest topic today among socialist scholars world-wide is Market Socialism. What exactly is Market Socialism? Which of our current problems would it solve, which leave untouched? How would it come about? What is its relation to capitalism? How does it compare with more traditional versions of socialism? What do other socialists find lacking in it, and what do they propose instead?
In the present volume, four leading socialist scholars, who have been deeply involved in this debatetwo for, two againstgive their answers to these questions.Editor and co-author, Bertell Ollman is Professor of Politics at New York University and the author of Dialectical Investigations, also with Routledge, and Alienation: Marx's Conception of Man in Capitalist Society.
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