GREEN UTOPIAS AND THE DIVISION OF LABOUR
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Recently arguing from a ‘Red-Green’ perspective, Benton (1995) says correctly that ‘none but the most unthinking dogmatists can now believe that any of the existing radical traditions, unaided and unreformed has all the answers’. He is arguing against those few socialists who would attribute doctrinal status to the writings of Marx and other early writers on the Left. Their work clearly needs developing in relation to developments over the past century, not least the rise and fall of a range of states claiming to have been inspired by Marxist thinking.