Ted McGlone received his doctorate in Economics from the University of Utah (1994) with a dissertation titled, “A Study of Raya Dunayevskaya’s Marxist-Humanism.” While being an activist for Marxist-Humanism, he also taught various college courses in economics for twenty-five years. He has published research (with Andrew Kliman), on Marx’s concept of value and the temporal single system interpretation of value. He continues to be interested in contributing to working out absolutely “new beginnings” in philosophy and from theory and from practice that reach for "new human relations.”