At 09:03 AM 9/28/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I'm sorry to keep bothering everyone with posts this morning, but a
>thought occurs to me: if we want to discuss this thread more, would it be
>helpful to have some members from current or former "socialist" nations?
I think that would be a damn good idea, but I don't personally know
creditable economists or Marxist theorists in transitional societies. I
think of people like Branko Horvat, Boris Kagarlitski, Buzghalin, Josef
Pinior, Roland Lew/Gregor Benton, people like that. But really we need some
that are able to join in the discussion, who are in a position to do that.
>Is there nobody from the former USSR and/or the former DDR, the former
>Czechoslovakia, the former Yugoslavia (note the multitude of "former"
>nations!), Poland, Hungary, the People's Republic of China, Vietnam, Cuba
>(Fidel?), etc. who should be asked to join the list?
I can probably rustle up a few contacts, if required. love live
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