Capitalism, Socialism, and the Middle Way
By Robert L. Bradley, Jr., Roger Donway
This article appeared in the Summer 2010 issue of The Independent Review
Political scientists have coined a variety of ideologically slanted terms to designate the middle way between the market and the command economy, including neofascism, the affirmative democratic state, and corporate liberalism. A more straightforward approach to classifying a political-economic system is by the way it treats property ownership (public vs. private) and control (public vs. private).
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