In democracy at work a cure for capitalism richard wolff argues that global capitalism can no longer meet the needs of the worlds population he goes on to note that socialism as it has been practiced during the twentieth century cannot meet these needs either his work is an attempt to construct a viable alternative to. Richard d wolff is professor of economics emeritus university of massachusetts amherst where he taught economics from 1973 to 2008 he is currently a visi. Democracy at work the second book provided a much more sensible approach to the same problem we dont need to save capitalism we need to replace it with something better richard wolff describes a perfectly feasible possibility for doing just that. The question of an alternative again arises in the academic and intellectual atmosphererichard wolffs latest book democracy at work a cure for capitalism is an attempt to suggest to us a transition from the exploitative capitalistic organization of production to collective and democratic organization
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