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  • In industry, the victory of large-scale production is immediately apparent, but the same phenomenon is also to be observed in agriculture, where the superiority of large-scale capitalist agriculture is enhanced, the use of machinery increases and the peasant economy, trapped by money-capital, declines and falls into ruin under the burden of its backward technique.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • But as to Parliament, again, and its eligibility if attainable, there is yet no question anywhere; the ingenuous soul, if possessed of money-capital enough, is predestined by the parental and all manner of monitors to that career of talk; and accepts it with alacrity and clearness of heart, doubtful only whether he shall be _able_ to make a speech.

    Latter-Day Pamphlets

  • No questions asked about your birth, genealogy, quantity of money-capital or the like; the one question was, "Is there some human nobleness in you, or is there not?"

    Latter-Day Pamphlets

  • This inability to pay threatens money-capital directly.

    Kasama

  • (aka 'derivatives') and contract obligations that can no longer be fulfilled because the money-capital - especially in the form of further debt - is not available to feed the transaction.

    Kasama

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