The Decadence of Capitalism (xi): 40 years of open crisis show that capitalism's decline is terminal

While the post war-boom led many to conclude that marxism was obsolete, that capitalism had discovered the secret of eternal youth, and that the working class was no longer a force for revolutionary change, a small minority of revolutionaries, very often working in conditions of almost complete isolation, remained loyal to the fundamental tenets of marxism. One of the most important of these was Paul Mattick in the USA.

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