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For wages the lowest and the only necessary rate is that, required for the
subsistence of the worker during work and enough extra to support a family and
prevent the race of workers from dying out. According to Smith, the normal wage
is the ...
An increase in wages arouses in the worker the same desire to get rich as in the
capitalist, but he can only satisfy this desire by sacrificing his mind and his body.
An increase in wages presupposes, and brings about, the accumulation of ...
(2) What mistakes are made by the piecemeal reformers, who jl either want to
raise wages and thereby improve the situation of uthe working class, or - like
Proudhon - see equality of wages as \the goal of social revolution? In political
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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