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Capitalism and Poverty
The Case of Peter Laska
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absolute income approach American anti-meliorist aspect assumption Belgrade biological needs bourgeois capitalist class struggle composition of capital conception conﬂict constant capital course critique decrease degree of exploitation demand determining principle discussion economic fact faculty falling rate ﬂow Gramsci groups growing growth hence historical ideology incidence of poverty increased productivity inequality inﬂation inﬂuences intellectual investment issues labor power labor theory Law of Value Liberation Lucio Magri Marx Marx's law Marxist Economic mass of surplus Maurice Dobb meliorist thesis mode of production monopoly movement organic composition permanent arms economy person poor poverty income line poverty line principal contradiction problems profit to fall radical philosopher rate of profit rate of surplus reﬂection relative income approach revolutionary party rising surplus role sector self-expansion of capital socialist subsistence needs surplus value Sweezy teaching tendency tenure theory of value thinking unequal exchange unit product variable capital wages Women workers York