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Somehow I don't think the world's workers will be very happy putting the
control of the complex social division of labor on a world scale into the
hands of a socialist movement that offers "people just getting together
from time to time" to work things out.
>Why can't people just get together from time to time and decide what seems
>to best in the circumstances (no doubt *advised* by specialists)?
Duncan K. Foley
Department of Economics
New School University
65 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
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