So called socialist countries were neither capitalist nor socialist, says French economist Catherine Samary socialisteconomist.com

Submitted by Janappel in LeftCommunism

She argues that ‟For the Bolsheviks, it was a transitional society to socialism." But that "For us, on the other hand, there can be no socialism without social property" which means "property actually controlled by society, and not just by the state as an institution separate from the citizens". Interesting long analysis of USSR history and type of economic systems.


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