Socialism Is Dead Long Live Socialism

by Todor Bombov
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Release Date: 2017-01-10
Pages: 266 pages
ISBN 13: 1681819651
ISBN 10: 9781681819655
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle

Synopsis : Socialism Is Dead Long Live Socialism written by Todor Bombov, published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency which was released on 2017-01-10. Download Socialism Is Dead Long Live Socialism Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. The necessities are immanent to the human only, but not “any living being's property,”3 as a contemporary theory had ... Some necessities remain permanent over the course of time while others change according to the level of society's ... -- This work is divided into two autonomous books. The first book, The State, represents a radically new political system of society, one which is the most democratic system ever possible! This is a completely new society, a real civil society, which otherwise in the capitalist system is only a utopia. In this book, I scrutinize the principles of scientific socialism; i.e., all those principles of Marxism concerning the state that build socialism as a political system. The second book, The Economic Theory of Socialism, is a sequel, and as far as I know, the only sequel of the greatest work by Karl Marx – Capital. The economics of socialism makes Marx’s socialism already completely possible. In this book, I scrutinize the economic laws that build socialism as a more effective economic system than capitalism. These laws are extracted from Marx’s main work – Capital. From 1917 to 1991, the totalitarian system in USSR and East Europe was called socialism, and even by the scientific nonsense and absurd names of communism and communist system. In this system, the official ideology was allegedly Marxism, but really it could not endure any Marxist criticism. There was never any socialism anywhere! In the twentieth century, we passed through a system of utopian socialism as proof that this was not socialism that was not possible, but for the utopia of writers before and after Marx. We were visited by a utopian socialism, which at the contemporary stage is simply capitalism – state, monopolistic. There is no better application of Keynes’s doctrine than the “socialism” of the twentieth century. His “planned capitalism” is actually “planned socialism.”