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Towards a New Socialism

Towards a New Socialism

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Towards a New Socialism by W. Paul Cockshott and Allin F. Cottrell

This book (first published in 1993 by Spokesman, Nottingham, England) is our attempt to answer the idea that socialism is dead and buried after the demise of the Soviet Union.

The core of the book consists of a series of chapters spelling out what we believe would be efficient and democratic methods for planning a complex economy. We also examine issues of inequality and its elimination, systems of payment for labour, a democratic political constitution for a socialist commonwealth, the commune as a set of arrangements for living, and property relations under socialism.

The book "Towards a New Socialism" (TNS) is copyright (c) 1993 W. Paul Cockshott and Allin Cottrell. The copyright holders grant you permission to copy and redistribute the English-language text of TNS as you wish -- in printed, electronic or any other form -- on the following conditions: (a) you acknowledge the authorship of Cockshott and Cottrell; and (b) if you make modifications, you distinguish clearly between the text as written by the original authors and your own modifications. Please note that this permission may not apply to translations of TNS into other languages. That is, the publishers of translations of TNS may assert exclusive rights to their translation.
Towards a New Socialism by W. Paul Cockshott and Allin F. Cottrell

This book (first published in 1993 by Spokesman, Nottingham, England) is our attempt to answer the idea that socialism is dead and buried after the demise of the Soviet Union.

The core of the book consists of a series of chapters spelling out what we believe would be efficient and democratic methods for planning a complex economy. We also examine issues of inequality and its elimination, systems of payment for labour, a democratic political constitution for a socialist commonwealth, the commune as a set of arrangements for living, and property relations under socialism.

The book "Towards a New Socialism" (TNS) is copyright (c) 1993 W. Paul Cockshott and Allin Cottrell. The copyright holders grant you permission to copy and redistribute the English-language text of TNS as you wish -- in printed, electronic or any other form -- on the following conditions: (a) you acknowledge the authorship of Cockshott and Cottrell; and (b) if you make modifications, you distinguish clearly between the text as written by the original authors and your own modifications. Please note that this permission may not apply to translations of TNS into other languages. That is, the publishers of translations of TNS may assert exclusive rights to their translation.

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TOWARDSA NEWSOCIALISM
W. PAUL COCKSHOTTANDALLIN COTTRELL
 
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Towards a New Socialism 
was published in 1993 by Spokesman, Bertrand Rus-sell House, Gamble Street, Nottingham, England, and printed by the RussellPress, Nottingham. The text is copyright W. Paul Cockshott and Allin Cot-trell. This digital version was prepared by Allin Cottrell using L
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TEX. Besidespagination, it differs from the Spokesman printing only in respect of the correc-tion of a few typographical errors and some minor reorganisation of Tables andFigures. No attempt has been made to update the book at this point.Paul Cockshott (wpc@dcs.gla.ac.uk) currently works at the Turing Insti-tute of the University of Glasgow, and Allin Cottrell (cottrell@wfu.edu) in theDepartment of Economics at Wake Forest University, North Carolina.The authors wish to thank Maria Black, Ron Buchanan and Greg Michaelsonfor useful discussions of the ideas in this book. Allin Cottrell also wishes toacknowledge assistance in the form of research grants from Elon College, NorthCarolina, and the Kerr Bequest at the University of Edinburgh.
 
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