By Ernest Mandel, L. Sadler

ISBN-10: 0906133009

ISBN-13: 9780906133002

From classification Society to Commu-
nism is a complete but
simply written booklet which attempts
to supply transparent solutions to the elemental
questions which any enquiring
persons taking a look at the realm will
ask themselves. What are the
economic roots of social inequa-
lity? What are the modifications
between this society and pre-
vious classification soci~ties? the place
does revenue originate? How did
the smooth labour stream
develop? Why is social revolu-
tion important to unencumber the
working classification? How does
bureaucracy enhance in the
labour stream? What is the
role of a progressive celebration?
How did the international turn into divi-
ded into wealthy and bad countries?
What is the character of states like
the USSR, China, and these in
Eastern Europe? How might a
society controlled by way of the employees
run itself?

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The principal forms of agreement between capitalists are: - the cartel and the syndicate in a particular sector of industry, in which each firm participating in the understanding retains its independence; - the trust and the merger of companies, in which this independence is ceded to one group of directors; - the financial group and holding company, where a small number of capitalists control many companies and several branches of industry which, in the eyes of the law, remain independent of each other.

C) The contradiction between the tendency of the capitalist system towards unlimited development of the productive forces and the narrow limits which it is obliged to impose on the individual and social consumption of the mass of workers, since the aim of production remains maximum surplus value, which must necessitate a limitation of wages. (d) The contradiction between the enormous leap forward in science and technology - with their potential to emancipate humanity - and the harnessing of these potential productive forces to the imperatives of the sale of the capitalist's commodities and to his enrichment, which leads to the situation where these productive forces are periodically transformed into destructive forces (principally after economic crises, wars and the coming to power of bloody fascist dictatorships, but also as regards the menace to humanity's natural environment), thus confronting humanity with the dilemma: socialism or barbarism.

Chapter 7 The World Imperialist System 1 Capitalist industrialisation and the law of combined and uneven development Modern industrial capitalism was born in Great Britain. During the Nineteenth Century it spread progressively to most West and Central European countries, as well as to the United States, and later to Japan. The existence of some already industrialised countries did not seem to prevent the successive penetration and extension of industrial capitalism into a series of countries in the process of industrialisation.

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