A moral case for socialism

Critical Review 3 (3-4):542-553 (1989)
A moral case for socialism is made, eschewing efficiency arguments?as crucial as they are in other contexts. The best feasible models of socialism and capitalism are compared with respect to such fundamental values as well?being, rights, autonomy, equality and justice. It is argued that a feasible democratic socialism is superior in all these dimensions to even the best feasible forms of capitalism.
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John Exdell (1981). Liberty, Equality, and Capitalism. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 11 (3):457 - 471.
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