Mike Beggs skrifar um kapítalisma, hugmyndir Keynes, dreifingu auðsins og fleira:
Socialists would surely agree with Keynes that while there is no cure for the human condition, the economic problem can indeed be solved. We would disagree that the solution will emerge smoothly and naturally out of capitalism. Jacobin writers have repeatedly made the case that both equality and liberation from toil should be at the center of the socialist program. But how do we respond to the optimistic and pessimistic liberal positions?