“The Forever of Anti-Capitalism” on C4SS Media

C4SS Media presents ‘s “The Forever of Anti-Capitalism” read by James Tuttle and edited by Nick Ford.

Some radicals not usually thought of as economists foresaw the essential principle. Howard Zinn envisaged a time when “[c]ertain basic things would be abundant enough to be taken out of the money system and be available — free — to everyone.” Even Rifkin’s view of a downsized capitalism persisting “in a more streamlined role … thriv[ing] as a powerful niche player” was anticipated by Bertrand Russell: “Provided the sphere of capitalism is restricted, and a large proportion of the population are rescued from its dominion, there is no reason to wish it wholly abolished. As a competitor and a rival, it might serve a useful purpose in preventing more democratic enterprises from sinking into sloth and technical conservatism.”

The rise of anti-capitalism is the rise of free markets.

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