>>469780>The US could rebuild it's industrial power.
Of course they could retard. The question is "why should they?". What's in it for elites?
As you apparently can't read, I will repeat myself - burger elites started to freak out only when chinese started to compete in the high value added markets.
>Why aren't they doing it ? Has the US ruling class lost the capacity to run industries ?
Why aren't they doing what? Why should elites care about industry when they control high value added markets?
They started to move onshore only after they saw that chinese are set in their ways and wouldn't budge.
>the capitalist class wasn't allowed to take political power
it insults my intelligence that you thought your tired mantras would work on me
capitalist elites are the ruling class in china, they just have a different political superstructure that I think makes their politicians more in touch with reality
>I get the impression that what the Chinese are doing is letting capitalism operate as long as it's improving the productive forces, stays away from political power, socializing losses or interfering with social developmental goals. In the long run that means that every time capitalism produces a crisis a small part of it gets trimmed away for crossing one of these lines. Eventually all parts of capitalism will fall to the wayside because they became a hindrance for the development of the productive forces and in the long run it will give way to a socialist system.
dengoid bedtime stories for children
very-very lazy work, you need to try harder lol
>This is true but i kinda have to admit that i don't really understand why the Soviet ML structure broke and while the Chinese one remained solid.
Soviet Union was mainly an industrial society, while China was still mainly agrarian.
Crisis of the soviet leninoid political superstructure with its elites was a crisis of the urbanized industrial society. While Chinese leninoid elites switched to capitalism before PRC could approach this point. And it looks like leninoid political superstructure is actually a pretty efficient tool for managing the capitalist society and resolving conflicts within the capitalist class.