Wage-Labor and Capital (unsourced)
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Table of contents
- What are wages?
- By what is the price of a commodity determined?
- By what are wages determined?
- The nature and growth of capital
- Relation of wage-labor to capital
- The general law that determines the rise and fall of wages and profit
- The interests of capital and wage-labor are diametrically opposed
- Effect of capitalist competition on the capitalist class, middle class and working class