Why is there no Socialism in the United States?

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Springer, Jun 18, 1976 - Social Science - 187 pages
 

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This expanded essay could just as well have been titled ‘Why isn’t America like Germany?’ When he wrote this, Sombart was a committed Marxist (he later became a Nazi) and he is trying to answer his ... Read full review

Contents

Capitalism in the United States
3
Socialism in the United States
15
Politics and Race
26
The Monopoly of the Two Major Parties
33
The Failures of All Third Parties
41
The Position of the American Worker in the State
55
The Moneyincome of the Worker in America and Europe
63
The Cost of Living in America and Germany
75
How the Worker Lives
93
Standard of Living and Ideology
105
The Democratic Style of Public Life in America
108
The Workers Escape into Freedom I
115
JNotes I2 I
124
Bibliography
168
Index
181
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