Democracy & Capitalism

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Two of America's most provocative writers on political economy argue that niether liberalism nor marxism provides the analytic and moral framework that a vibrant democratic politics requires. The authors propose a bold new social philosophy, stressing popular accountabilty for all forms power, deepened personal liberty, an end to economic dependence, and the construction of a democratic culture through autonomous democratic communities.