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I thought Marxs Wage Labour and Capital was much more interesting and easier to understand than the previous reading In this section Marx attacks the idea of competition division of labor capital growth and the injustice that workers must face as a result of them Marx says that even with capital growth that would ideally benefit the working class the antagonism between his the workers interests and the interests of the bourgeoisie still exist and that profit and wages remain as before in inverse proportion 211 Underlying all this Marx explains how competition serves only to rob capital of the golden fruits of this production power by bringing the price of the commodities back to the cost of production 214 and among workers causes a decrease in wages 215 However competition also results in the seeking of alternatives which in terms of companies allow them to be more creative and come up with better technology so as to beat their competitors and in terms of laborers allows them to focus and advertise their best skills in order to excel and beat out other members when looking for a job Marx on the other hand talks of a game of a competition-production-price cylce 213 that feeds each other and in the end reduces prices to its production cost He however fails to mention that in this cycle and in the markets there will always be those who fail and drop out of the cycle and that mans natural innovation and creativity would lead to better and new products and hence there wouldnt be just one big augmenting chain Marx also criticizes division of labor calling its effects evil 215 and claiming the idea of wanting to do whatever he wanted to such as hunt in the morning fish in the afternoon rear cattle in the evening 160 but he ignores the fact that not everyone is capable at doing all those things and that some
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