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Revival: Fundamentals of Political Economy (1977)

ISBN 9781138897090
Published January 25, 2019 by Routledge
536 Pages

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This title was first published in 1977

Table of Contents

1. Learn some Political Economy  2. Social and Economic Systems Preceding Capitalism  3. The Analysis of Capitalist Society Must Start from Commodities  4. How the Capitalists exploit and Oppress the Workers  5. The Widening Gap between the Rich and the Poor in Capitalist Society  6. The Process of the Movement of Capital is the Process of Exploiting and Realizing Surplus Value  7. The Entire Bourgeoise Exploits and Oppresses the Workers  8. The Incurable Disease of Capitalism  9. The Unchanging Nature of Imperialism  10. Imperialism is the Eve of Proletarian Socialist Revolution  11. Soviet Revisionist Social Imperialism Joins the Ranks of the World Imperialism  12. Socialist Society Ushers in a New Era in Human History  13. The Socialist System of Public Ownership is the Basis of Socialist Production Relations  14. Establish Interpersonal Relations according to Socialist Principles  15. Develop Socialist Production with Greater, Faster and Better Results at Lower Costs  16. The Socialist Economy is a Planned Economy  17. We must Rely on the Agriculture as the Foundation and Industry as the Leading Factor in Developing the National Economy  18. Frugality is an Important Principle in the Socialist Economy  19. Exchange is an Economic Form that Relates Production to Consumption  20. Correctly Handle the Relations among the State, the Collective and the Individual  21. How are Personal Consumer Goods Distributed in Socialist Society?  22. Mutual Aid and Exchange  23. Communism Must Be Realized

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Xiaohu (Shawn) Wang, Florida International University, North Miami, instructor and research associate of the Florida Institute of Government, 1995-97; University of Central Florida, Orlando, assistant professor, 1997-2003, associate professor of public administration, 2003—.