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In the progress of the manufacture of a commodity, not only do the number of the
profits increase, but every subsequent profit is greater than the preceding one,
because the capital from which [IV] it is derived must always be greater.
A greater proportion of it must, consequently, belong to the landlord." 1 The
greater demand for raw products, and, therefore, the rise in their value, may result
in part from the increase of population and from the increase in their needs.
The less you eat, drink, buy books, go to the theatre or to balls, or to the public
house, and the less you think, love, theorize, sing, paint, fence, etc. the more you
will be able to save and the greater will become your treasure which neither moth
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - blake.rosser - LibraryThing
Marx's style is difficult to decipher. In "On the Jewish Question," it was difficult to determine exactly how ironic he was being. I've since learned that when talking about the Jewish Cult he was ... Read full review
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Karl Marx's First, Second, and Third Economic & Philosophical Manuscripts are the highpoint of this book. Written prior to Das Kapital they outline the ideas that are later fully explored in the ... Read full review