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Unformatted text preview: utilized in production; ex. Land, raw materials, technology, buildings and so on.. 2- The productive labour: made up of people who utilize skills, knowledge and experience in the process of production 3. The Social Relations of Production The relationships between the main classes in production Each mode of production is characterized by a basic distinction between 2 classes Owning property class and the non-owning property less class In antiquity the split in classes is between master and slaves Masters- own property, Slaves- do not own property Feudalism- split between lords and serfs Capitalism- split between the Bourgeoisie and the Proletariat Class position must be seen in terms of the means of production...
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