<< "Six years later however, in 1867 the word was still
unknown to Marx."
Couldn't believe it myself. Got out the Ben Fowkes
translation of _Capital_, v1 and checked the index:
sure enough, the term used is "Capitalist mode of
production." Checked v2, translated by David
Fernbach: same thing. Braudel makes the sweeping
claim: "This word which Marx never used was
incorporated into the Marxist model."
I would have hoped for better from Braudel. I am looking at Kapital, Band 1, from the Marx Engels Werke., where kapitalistiche Produktionsweise gets a lot of play (see pp. 12, 49, 741-43, 228, 506 636, 638, never mind Kapital and Kapitalist, which take up more than a solid column in the index. Without looking at all the references I cannot say whether Marx uses Kapitalismus, which does not get a seperate mention in the index. I woukd be surprised if he didn't, though. --jks