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Unformatted text preview: .do they all . ..work together to their mutual advantage, for the common weal and in the interest of all. The Sphere of Production: Accompanied by Mr. Moneybags and by the possessor of labour-power, we therefore take leave for a time of this noisy sphere [of circulation], where everything takes place on the surface and in view of all men, and follow them both into the hidden abode of production, on whose threshold there stares us in the face “No admittance except on business”. On leaving thise sphere of circulation… we think we can perceive a change in the physiognomy of our dramatis personae . He, who before was the money-owner, now strides in front as the capitalist; the possessor of labour-power follows as his labourer. The one with an air of importance, smirking, intent on business; the other, timid and holding back, like one who is bringing his own hide to market and has nothing to expect but-- a hiding....
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course ECON 250A taught by Professor Kuhn during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.
- Fall '09