It’s Not the S-Word, It’s the P-Word

In a capitalist economy that means maximizing profits. History bears out the fact that this role is often at the expense of citizens, since corporations are not beholden to them.

Consequences of the Premature Socialization of Agriculture in the USSR

Communists need not regard the shift from a centrally planned socialist economy to a socialist-oriented market economy by China and Vietnam as a retreat from the path of socialist development.