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Das kapital = Capital. Vol. I Bk. one : critique of political economy : the process of production of capital

Author: Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; Samuel Moore; Edward B Aveling
Publisher: [Kentucky] : Aristeus Books, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"In Capital, Karl Marx proposes that the motivating force of capitalism is in the exploitation of labour, whose unpaid work is the ultimate source of profit and surplus value. ... Capital proposes an explanation of the "laws of motion" of the capitalist economic system, from its origins to its future, by describing the dynamics of the accumulation of capital, the growth of wage labour, the transformation of the  Read more...
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Named Person: Karl Marx
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; Samuel Moore; Edward B Aveling
ISBN: 9781478245391 1478245395
OCLC Number: 829796463
Description: 329 pages ; 28 cm
Other Titles: Critique of political economy : the process of production of capital
Process of production of capital
Responsibility: authored by Karl Marx ; edited by Friedrich Engels, Samuel Moore (translator), Edward Aveling (translator).

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"In Capital, Karl Marx proposes that the motivating force of capitalism is in the exploitation of labour, whose unpaid work is the ultimate source of profit and surplus value. ... Capital proposes an explanation of the "laws of motion" of the capitalist economic system, from its origins to its future, by describing the dynamics of the accumulation of capital, the growth of wage labour, the transformation of the workplace, the concentration of capital, commercial competition, the banking system, the decline of the profit rate, land-rents, et cetera."--Page 4 of cover.

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