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" of his labourer at its full value as a commodity on the market, he yet extracts more value from it than he paid for; and that in the ultimate analysis this surplus-value forms those sums of value from which are heaped up the constantly increasing masses... "
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Democracy Versus Socialism: A Critical Examination of Socialism as a Remedy ...

Max Hirsch - Single tax - 1901 - 481 pages
...full value as a commodity on the market, he yet extracts more value from it than he paid for ; and in the ultimate analysis this surplus-value forms...of capital in the hands of the possessing classes." This view is supported by a greater authority, Frederick Engel, who, in Socialism, Utopian and Scientific,...
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The Essentials of Socialism

Ira Brown Cross - Socialism - 1912 - 152 pages
...of the worker that occurs under it; that even if the capitalist buys the labor-power of his laborer at its full value as a commodity on the market, he...he paid for; and that in the ultimate analysis this surplus value forms those sums of value from which are heaped up the constantly increasing masses of...
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Socialism and the Market: The natural economy

Peter J. Boettke - Business & Economics - 2000 - 613 pages
...of the worker that occurs under it; that even if the capitalist buys the laborpower of his laborer at its full value as a commodity on the market, he...sums of value from which are heaped up the constantly increasingmasses of capital in the hands of the possessing classes. The genesis of capitalist production...
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Introduction to Contemporary Civilization in the West: A Source ..., Volume 2

Columbia College (Columbia University) - History - 1960 - 1296 pages
...exploitation of the worker that occurs under it; that even if the capitalist buys the labour power of his labourer at its full value as a commodity on...he paid for; and that in the ultimate analysis this surplus value forms those sums of value from which are heaped up the constantly increasing masses of...
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Reader in Marxist Philosophy

Howard Selsam, Harry Martel - Communism - 1963 - 384 pages
...of the worker effected through it; that even if the capitalist buys the labor power of his laborer at its full value as a commodity on the market, he...he paid for; and that in the ultimate analysis this surplus value forms those sums of value from which are heaped up the constantly increasing masses of...
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Main Currents of Western Thought: Readings in Western European Intellectual ...

Franklin Le Van Baumer - History - 1978 - 806 pages
In the quarter of a century since its first appearance, this book has remained unquestionably the leading reader in its field. The illuminating short essays that introduce ...
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Fiction, Crime, and Empire: Clues to Modernity and Postmodernism

Jon Thompson - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 200 pages
...exploitation of the worker that occurs under it; that even if the capitalist buys the labour power of his labourer at its full value as a commodity on...he paid for; and that in the ultimate analysis this surplus value forms those sums of value from which are heaped up the constantly increasing masses of...
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Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

Friedrich Engels - Socialism - 1999 - 106 pages
...exploitation of the worker that occurs under it; that even if the capitalist buys the labour power of his labourer at its full value as a commodity on...paid for; and that in the ultimate analysis, this surplus value forms those sums of value from which are heaped up constantly increasing masses of capital...
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Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

Friedrich Engels - History - 2006 - 104 pages
...of the worker that occurs under it; that even if the capitalist buys the labor power of his laborer at its full value as a commodity on the market, he...forms those sums of value from which are heaped up constantly increasing masses of capital in the hands of the possessingclasses. The genesis of capitalist...
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