Ideological traditions, movements, and their associated developments are riddled with interpretation and disparity: human affairs are too complex and too riddled with contradiction to be narrowed down, to be sure. To maximize clarity, as well as its benefits in dialectics and discourse, critical analysis of these disparities in authored research can be a step towards maximizing the utility of debate, wherein both sides reach a conclusion or synthesis, ending up better off than before. This is the formula to be applied in the case of Cudd and Holmstrom. I take Cudd’s reading and interpretation of concepts such as worker ownership of firms, Marxian socialism, and public-private firm ownership, among others, and present the body of radical thought of Marx, libertarian Marxists, and state socialists associated with them.
Phelps, Zane R.
"Worker Ownership and the Public-Private Dichotomy: Disparity in Cudd’s Capitalism: For and Against,"
The Cardinal Edge: Vol. 1:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/tce/vol1/iss2/8