ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Value and Capital

LEAVING aside the courageous efforts of people around Monthly Review and Science and Society there has, by and large, been hardly any Marxist tradition among American intellectuals. However, during the last few years the situation has considerably changed and there is now a growing interest in Marxism, particularly among the younger social scientists of America. The book under review falls within this trend.

Rise of Social Capitalism in the USSR

Paresh Chattopadhyay This paper attempts to discuss some aspects of the rise of the Soviet social capitalism in the context of the specific contradictions of the transition period between capitalism and socialism (the first phase of communism) following the seizure of power by the proletariat m a backward capitalist country. The paper owes a great deal to Charles Bettelheim's path-breaking, work on the USSR.

Rise of Social Capitalism in the USSR

This paper attempts to discuss some aspects of the rise of the Soviet social capitalism in the context of the specific contradictions of the transition period between capitalism and socialism (the first phase of communism) following the seizure of power by the proletariat in a backward capitalist country. The paper owes a great deal to Charles Bettelheim's path-breaking work on the USSR.

Mode of Production in Indian Agriculture - An Afterword

An Afterword Paresh Chattopadhyay In this paper the author reviews his theoretical position on the mode of production in Indian agri- culture as set out in his two earlier contributions published in this journal (Review of Agriculture, March

Mode of Production in Indian Agriculture-An Anti-Kritik

The first section of this paper discusses the question of property relations and production relations, the second deals with the elaboration of the concept of capitalism, the third treats the question of capitalist development vis-a-vis socialist revolution while the fourth is devoted to an analysis of some aspects of Indian agriculture during the British rule.

On the Question of the Mode of Production in Indian Agriculture-A Preliminary Note

in Indian Agriculture A Preliminary Note Paresh Chattopadhyay In recent times, scholars have brought out a lot of empirical data on various aspects of Indian agriculture. These data throw some light on the mode or modes of production in our agriculture. However, the theoretical discussions on this question have not always been free from confusion.

On the Political Economy of the Transition Period

Period Paresh Chattopadhyay In most writings on 'socialist economies' one sees either of the two following mistakes: (a) propositions that are valid for a socialist society are taken as valid for a transitional society; and (b) propositions that are valid for a transitional society are taken as valid for a socialist society.

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