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Subject: American History
Date: March 6, 1996
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Marx also observed that some people bought commodities in order to use them, while others bought them in order to sell them on at a profit. Marx defines "capital" as money and "capitalist production" as the use of money to denominate wealth in money terms; these labels refer to John Stuart Mill's definition of value in a market economy as being the going price for a good or service...
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According to Marx, profit is the difference between the value that the worker has created and the wage that the worker receives from his employer. When Marx firmly established this principle, the Labor Theory of Value was criticized and abandoned by supporters of capitalism...
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