Michael Albert: Participatory Postcapitalist Vision – Michael Albert, 30th October 2021

Note: This is the opening entry in an ongoing debate between Michael Albert and Yanis Varoufakis titled: Envisioning a postcapitalism worth striving for. Each entry will be 500 words or less. Each will appear as a stand alone ZNet article, but each will link as well to a cumulative essay containing all the submissions at Read more…

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