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The rent of land is established by the struggle between tenant and landlord. In all
political economy we find that the hostile opposition of interests, struggle and
warfare, are recognized as the basis of social organization. Let us now see what
According to the economists themselves the interest of the landowner is bitterly
opposed to the interest of the tenant, and hence to a large section of society. [XI]
3. Since the landowner can demand more rent from the tenant the less the latter ...
tenants. Thus the landowner has already become to a large extent, in the person
of the tenant farmer, a common capitalist. And this must be fulfilled in reality; the
capitalist directing agriculture (the tenant) must become a landowner, or vice ...
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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