New York: Routledge, 1997. 200p., very good hardcover, inscribed by the author to Carl [Bloice]. Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy.
From prefatory blurb: "Is socialism the antithesis of capitalism, or does it arise through the process of capitalism itself? Contrary to much Marxist thought, Everling does not view socialism as the antithesis of capitalism and argues that socialism is, among other things, an objective development of capitalism. As capitalism develops, it creates the premises for social development which are also the bases for a socialist and democratic construction of society... Using his unique arguments, Everling makes the case that economic expansion can now best be secured by forms of development that take us beyond the limits of capitalism and point towards a democratic and socialist society."