After Marx and Sraffa: Essays in Political Economy by Geoffrey M. Hodgson

By Geoffrey M. Hodgson

Contemporary occasions in jap Europe have underlined the restrictions of Marxian monetary and political conception. during this number of essays Hodgson matters Marxian monetary thought to severe exam and indicates which parts maintain their sleek relevance. After analysing the contribution of Sraffa, and indicating its severe capability and theoretical barriers, Hodgson issues to a brand new synthesis embracing Marx, Keynes and Veblen.

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Yes, Barry Goldwater was thrashed in the 1964 election by Johnson, but Goldwater provided a new and different voice for a much more strident conservatism that would brook nor tolerate any antiwar movement or anything but the tightest fiscal restraint. Only four years after his defeat, the way was paved for Nixon’s election (and subsequent reelection) to the presidency. Nixon’s anti-Left rhetoric was fairly strong, but it paled in comparison to that of his vice president, Spiro Agnew (and his dismissal of “nattering nabobs of negativism”).

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