Some articles on crises, capitalists, capitalist:
... In serious economic crises, Marx suggests, the structure of market prices is more or less suddenly readjusted to the evolving underlying structure of production values ... According to Marx, the basic meaning of crises for capitalists was, that they could not longer invest their capital at an adequate profit income, which usually ... For workers, crises meant an increase in unemployment, and wage-cuts ...
... how commodity fetishism obscures the reality of capitalist society ... as the branching point in economic theory in one direction went those who rejected the capitalist system as fundamentally anti-social, arguing that ... important statements The Law of Value Capitalist production is the production of “an immense multitude of commodities” or generalised commodity production ...
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