Mark Thoma at Economist's View in James Galbraith on US Politics writes regarding the English version produced at his blog:
Interesting is the idea that rampant right wing economics has in part developed because of the fall of the Soviet Union and the erroneous idea of a number of people that there are no workable alternatives to capitalism.
Of course, there is a serious flaw in that view, because pure capitalism does not exist.
That is the colossal error of far right wing economics, as we posted at Law Pundit at Social Capitalism and the USA: America, You Have Socialism, You Just Don't Know It, with many people in the USA not realizing that what America and the rest of the free world actually has, is social capitalism, and that is a completely different animal than the pure entrepreneurial capitalism that everyone is touting, but which does not exist at all. It is a nostalgic myth.