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http://abolitionofthewagesystem.blogspo ... heory.html

I wasn't particularly satisfied with this in it's current form, but I thought it more worthwhile to publish first and then try to develop separately everything that was left unsatisfactory, particularly the section on fetishism and Marxism as both science and critique of political economy.

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