: The problem I'm encountering is that I'm coming across too much information for both styles of government and Im having trouble finding the information I need concerning these issues. I was wondering if anyone would be of any help aiding me in finding this information, because I've found myself -completely- lost. I'd appreciate it a lot, and feel free to e-mail me : )
I would be interested in seeing your conclusions concerning a hybrid between capitalism and communism.
If you mean combining the technogical advances of capitalism with the cooperative care promised in communism I would recommend researching "market socialism" (Though personally I don't envision "market socialism" as a preferable method of socio-economics).
Another avenue you may explore is John Rawls's "Theory of Social Justice,(?)" especially his concept of "the veil of ignorance."
I would also recommend the writings of Emma Goldman, Rosa Luxemborg, and Raya Dunayevskaya, to name a few feminist intellectuals with socialistic/anarchistic perspectives.
Hopefully I've given you at least some helpful information as I'm sure others will contribute to (and critique) the list I've selected.
Good luck - Rabblerouser
However, the problem I see with a "hybrid" of capitalism and communism (at least Stalinistic communism) is that both are coercive forms of government where an oligarchy determines policies with little say from the citizenry it claims to represent.