Tag Archives: Expropriation

Red-Blooded Americanism

20 Oct 2013: Capital (Ch. 33, “The Modern Theory of Colonization,” 1867, Karl Marx) Up to now I don’t think I’ve read anything as economically clear yet as theoretically aligned with the American dream as this final chapter of Volume … Continue reading

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Consolidated Agribusinesses, Incorporated

20 Oct 2013: Capital (Ch. 30, “Impact of the Agricultural Revolution on Industry. The Creation of a Home Market for Industrial Capital,” 1867, Karl Marx) Another brief and somewhat reiterative chapter, emphasizing the awareness that newer large farms or manufactures … Continue reading

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In Parliament’s Majestic Equality

18 Oct 2013 [BART strikes & AC Transit bus queues – good for reading]: Capital (Ch. 28, “Bloody Legislation against the Expropriated since the End of the Fifteenth Century. The Forcing Down of Wages by Act of Parliament,” 1867, Karl … Continue reading

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Eviction Notice

18 Oct 2013: Capital (Ch. 27, “The Expropriation of the Agricultural Population from the Land,” 1867, Karl Marx) With much of the older generation of feudal lords dead or destroyed from widespread warfare within Europe, a younger set took their … Continue reading

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