Published in 1940, The Politics of Democratic Socialism covers a number of subjects including social psychology, economic history, Marxist doctrine and the academic subject of politics to name a few. With Durbin’s compulsion to explain and defend the views about social and economic policy that he believes to be true, makes this an interesting, insightful and educational book for those who want to learn about socialism and democracy.
1. Co-Operation and Conflict 2. Capitalism in Transition 3. The Dictatorship of the Proletariat 4. Socialism and Democracy 5 .The Strategy of Democratic Socialism.
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