The fence - Exertion is separated from its recompense

Reading Marx’s Capital, Volume 1, Class 11

Exertion is separated from its recompense

If the market is unfettered, it moves from competition to monopoly; consolidation as things get bigger and bigger to derive the benefits of scale. The worker does not benefit, the rich get richer as they accumulate and the poor become more and more dependent on the capitalist as it’s the only work in town.

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