Nine Theses on Twenty-First-Century Socialism

Politics and Society 48 (4):553-566 (2020)

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This essay, written in memory of Erik Olin Wright, outlines nine characteristics of a future socialism. It elaborates socialism as a set of processes and institutional arrangements that would open the way to a society that is radically more democratic, more just, and more sustainable than the existing order.

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