Ewolucja doktryny ekonomicznej SPD
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The article consists of two parts. In the first part — on the basis of the official documents of the Socio-Democratic Party of Germany — the author performs an analysis of the evolution of the economic concepts of this party to be partly supplemented in the second part by the analysis of views of the leading theoretician of the Socio-Democratic Party of Germany — K. Schiller. The analysis of the documents of this party, starting with the radical slogans of K. Schumacher in the initial manifesto ,,Sozialismus — eine Gegenwarstaufgabe", reveals a distinctly rightist trend, which already brought fruit in „Grundsatzprogram" published in 1959 to find its culminating point in „Orientierungsrahmen" approved by the party congress in Mannheim in 1975. The evolution of this party consists in — as the author concludes — constant deviation from the Marxism and orientation at pragmatism and pluralism in the Weltanschauung. The model analysis contained in the already mentioned K. Schiller's work on „Sozialismus und Wettbewerb" seems to be theoretically more prolific. It may provide a certain inspiration — although certainly not a guideline — for discussions carried here at present on the Polish model of socialism, and this at least may justify the advisability of preparing this article.