What is Democratic Socialism? Questions and Answers from the Democratic Socialists of America Democratic socialists believe that both the economy and society should be run democratically—to meet public needs, not to make profits for a few.
Socialism: World Without Race-Prejudice By Eric Hass PUBLISHING HISTORY PRINTED EDITION ..... May 1949 ONLINE EDITION .....
Who Owns What Socialism is the collective ownership by all the people of the factories, mills, mines, railroads, land and all other instruments of production.
Economics, Politics, and Ethics Hans-Hermann Hoppe The Ludwig von Mises Institute's Studies in Austrian Economics Department of Economics University of Nevada, Las Vegas Kluwer Academic Publishers Boston/Dordrecht/London Distributors for North America: Kluwer Academic Publishers 101 Philip Drive ...
What Economic Structure for Socialism? by David M. Kotz Economics Department Thompson Hall University of Massachusetts Amherst Amherst, MA 01003 U.S.A. Telephone 413-545-0739 Fax 413-545-2921 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org March, 2008 This paper was written for the Fourth International Conference ...
WHAT WAS SOCIALISM, AND WHY DID IT FALL? HE STARTLING DISINTEGRATION of Communist Party rule in Eastern Europe in 1989, and its somewhat lengthier unraveling in the Soviet Union between 1985 and 1991, rank among the century most momentous occurrences.
1 History of the Socialist Party of Canada By J. M. Milne  Background Socialism in Canada had its origin in Ontario, the industrial heart of the country.
Postscript The Norman Thomas Fund did not long survive as it was the victim of disagreements that had been growing within the old Socialist Party of America (in 1970 formally known as the Socialist Party - Social Democratic Federation).
Democratic socialism From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Democratic socialism is a broad political movement propagating the ideals of socialism within the context of a democratic system.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIALISM. People often speak of Socialism as if it were a system that could be "enacted," a plan that was proposed, or an- elaborated Utopia offered for criticism.