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by Friedrich Engels,Karl Marx
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  • Author:
    Friedrich Engels,Karl Marx
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PREFACE by Frederick Engels. The Greatest Illustration of an Interruption in the Process of Production through Scarcity and Dearness of Raw Material.

Ed. Frederick Engels. PREFACE by Frederick Engels. Part I. the conversion of surplus-value into profit and of the rate of surplus-value into the rate of profit.

The work was to close with volume III, containing Book IV, A History of Theories of Surplus-Value.

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The reasoning developed by Marx in the latter part of the book is much more linear than it seems at first sight.

Volume III, Part 2 covers:. Transformation of Surplus Profit into Ground-Rent Karl Heinrich Marx, one of the fathers of communism, was born on May 5, 1818 in. . Transformation of Surplus Profit into Ground-Rent. The Revenues and Their Sources. Karl Heinrich Marx, one of the fathers of communism, was born on May 5, 1818 in Trier, Germany. He was educated at a variety of German colleges, including the University of Jena. Marx co-wrote his best-known work, "The Communist Manifesto" (1848), with his friend, Friedrich Engels. However, they did not establish their lifelong friendship until they met again in Paris two years later.

It is divided into seven parts

Volume two is more about the circulation process

Volume two is more about the circulation process. Please read it and don't quit after chapter 3. It is a long book and it is somewhat complicated. David Harvey has written a companion to the book as well as he does a extensive reading of the book that is offered online for free.

First published in 1867, Capital, or Das Kapital, is the infamous treatise on economics and capitalism by Prussian revolutionary KARL MARX (1818-1883), who changed history with his 1848 book The Communist Manifesto. In this work, edited by Marx's friend, German philosopher FRIEDRICH ENGELS (1820-1895), Marx systematically analyzes the way the capitalist machine functions. In this academic work written for students and serious thinkers, he explores wages, competition, banking, rent, and the natural laws that seem to govern the development of capitalism without any oversight by the society in which it developed. Originally published in three volumes, Capital is here presented in five volumes. Volume III, Part 1 covers: . The Conversion of Surplus-Value into Profit and of the Rate of Surplus-Value into the Rate of Profit . Conversion of Profit into Average Profit . The Law of the Falling Tendency of the Rate of Profit . Transformation of Commodity-Capital and Money-Capital Into Commercial Capital and Financial Capital . Division of Profit Into Interest and Profits of Enterprise