Big Business and the Nazis

michael at michael at
Wed Jun 17 11:09:15 PDT 1998

Louis, this sound very much like Sohn Rethel, except that he stressed the opposition from the science based firms, like Siemans, which were competing in international markets.

> Guerin argues that the clash was between retail, light industry and finance
> capital on one side which supported bourgeois democracy and heavy industry
> on the other. Heavy industry had a huge investment in fixed capital and
> labor strikes were becoming more and more of a drain.

-- Michael Perelman Economics Department California State University Chico, CA 95929

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