Anti-Communism and the Hundreds of Millions of Victims of Capitalism

  title={Anti-Communism and the Hundreds of Millions of Victims of Capitalism},
  journal={Capitalism Nature Socialism},
  pages={1 - 17}
  • Saed
  • Published 2 January 2021
  • Economics
  • Capitalism Nature Socialism
Capitalist production, when considered in isolation from the process of circulation and the excesses of competition, is very economical with the materialised labour objectified in commodities. Yet, more than any other mode of production, it squanders human lives, or living labour, and not only blood and flesh, but also nerve and brain. Indeed, it is only by dint of the most extravagant waste of individual development that the development of the human race is at all safeguarded and maintained in… 
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