10. Microeconomic Autonomy

McShane proposes that in good time there will be local economic advisors and democratic control of local economies.  He contrasts [ . . . ]

11. Money, Credit, and Communal Promise

McShane speaks about the non orthodox meanings of money as a dummy and credit as a communal promise. [ . . . ]

13. Reading For a New Political Economy (CWL 21)

McShane elaborates on the challenge of reading classic texts and then contrasts the struggle to understand For a New Political [ . . . ]