Sovietologists had trouble understanding the Soviet economy because they regarded Marx as irrelevant to their task. One reason for this mistake is that they assumed Marxs concepts of alienation and freedom had the humanistic orientation of common usage rather than the peculiarly economic meaning stipulated by Marx.
|Other Independent Review articles by Paul Craig Roberts|
|Fall 2009||Letter to the Editor|
|Spring 2003||The Causes of Wrongful Conviction|
|Winter 2003||My Time with Supply-Side Economics|
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