Response to Theodore Burczak, George DeMartino, and Kenan Erçel
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The commentators present a convincing argument that achievement of the rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining is "not enough." The book should have included a stronger case for the achievement of such a right as a valuable and practical step toward replacing waged with associated labor and directly improving material living standards. I reaffirm the book's critique of contemporary rights theory, especially the individualism that is prevalent in that theory. © 2010 Association for Economic and Social Analysis.
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McIntyre, Richard. "Response to Theodore Burczak, George DeMartino, and Kenan Erçel." Rethinking Marxism 22, 4 (2010): 539-543. doi: 10.1080/08935696.2010.510300.