Clarendon Press, 1989
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Following the Labour Party's defeat in two consecutive elections - 1979 and 1983 - it became clear that the party had suffered the loss of an intellectual base. Many traditional socialist forms of economic organization were perceived as failures. Perceiving that a re-think of socialism was needed, the Fabian Society set up a Socialist Philosophy Group to assess the direction that the Labour movement should take. This study is the direct result of that group's discussions and findings.
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- socialism, markets and end states, Raymond Plant
- an equitarian market socialism, Peter Abell
- planning in a market socialist economy, Saul Estrin and David Winter
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- workers' co-operatives - their merits and their limitations, Saul Estrin
- markets, welfare and equality, Julian Le Grand.
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