[lbo-talk] Cui malo?
cb31450 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 14:25:23 PDT 2011
In the second part of the present work Marx gave popular exposition of
the fundamental theses of the theories of value and surplus value and
of the conclusions derived from these theories. As is mentioned by
Marx in his letter to Engels, this part contains an exposition of
several theses from his book Capital on which he was working at the
time. Although it is so condensed, this part of the work nevertheless
constitutes a model of lucid exposition and a consummate
popularization of the economic theory of Marx. A study of this
pamphlet is still the best introduction to Marx’s Capital.
So I've heard some good things about the last chapter of Wages, Prices
and Profit. Anybody read it?
Going to the beach this weekend, and it's either that or the Keith
Richards memoir. Thx!
CB: It's _Capital_ For Beginners without cartoons; also, how Marx
talked to workers directly about the thesis. Marx relates value and
price , a popular issue of discussion and debate for leftists.
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