What could a practicable unfastened and democratic society seem like? Poverty, exploitation, instability, hierarchy, subordination, environmental exhaustion, radical inequalities of wealth and power—it isn't tough to record capitalism’s myriad injustices. yet is there a prime and viable alternative?
Alternatives to Capitalism: Proposals for a Democratic Economy offers a debate among such chances: Robin Hahnel’s “participatory economics” and Erik Olin Wright’s “real utopian” socialism. it's a certain and worthwhile dialogue that illuminates a number of concerns and dilemmas of the most important value to any critical attempt to construct a greater international.