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On Fri, 28 Apr 2000, JERRY LEVY wrote:
> Re Paul Z's [OPE-L:2927]:
> One person who did read Luxemburg carefully was the late Joan Robinson.
> Have you considered Robinson's perspective on Luxemburg and why there
> has been a sympathetic reading of RL's work by Post-Keynesians?
Yes, second-to-last section in the URL I posted on this list in October
and updated in March:
> Also: have you ever read *Dialectical Economics* (Lexington, Mass.,
> D.C. Heath and Company, 1975) by "Lyn Marcus", more commonly known
> as Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. [!] ? At the time when this book was first
> written, LaRouche still considered himself to be a Marxist and, if I
> recall correctly, referred to his perspective as "Neo-Luxemburgist"
> (this was prior to his descent into ultra-right-wing craziness). He
> also wrote the "Introduction" for Luxemburg's _The Industrial
> Development of Poland_ (NY, Campaigner Publications, Inc., 1977).
Yes to all. Now what?
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