This is useful article (we linked to the Alternet version already) and we may as well compete with our framework of market neo-communism, which is only slightly more comprehensive than the simplified discussion of socialism in ABC’s of socialism. The question of revolution can’t be discussed in public? But it must…And we have two poles of discussion: a populist platform that will discuss one angle, and a larger perspecive, e.g. no growth, that will strain those discussions.
The idea of market neo-communism is useful because it puts everything together:
and electoral, but also perhaps a revolutionary track
a balance of opposites: statism, anarchism, communist abolition of property as constitutional, market economics (with ownership in the Commons) in the sphere created, etc…