From: Paul Cockshott (clyder@GN.APC.ORG)
Date: Tue Dec 23 2003 - 17:35:03 EST
> > But I am not one to fetishize the Absolute General Secretary whether > he be Stalin, Castro or Chavez. Bettelheim makes sense to me here. What part of Bettelheims writing are you refering to? > And by the way I should say-- having read only the first couple > hundred pages of three volume An Introduction to Marx's Capital by > Ranganayakamma it is the most meticulous and penetrating analysis of > the value form that I have ever read. Where and when was this published > We know that Sweezy ignored it > in Theory of Capitalist Development though Blake spend a few > excellent chapters on it. Ranganayakamma's careful analysis is even > better. Her analysis is bound to be undervalued by those who have > found the holy grail in simultaneous equations or who forget that > Marx aimed above all else to make his analysis comprehensible to the > working class.
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