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Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, Vol. I. The Process of Capitalist Production; Marx, Karl
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Part IV, Chapter 14
Note:
"Easy labour is transmitted skill." (Th. Hodgskin, l. c. p. 125.)
Note:
"There is a certain density of population which is convenient, both for social intercourse, and for that combination of powers by which the produce of labour is increased." (James Mill, 1. c. p. 50.) "As the number of labourers increases, the productive power of society augments in the compound ratio of that increase, multiplied by the effects of the division of labour." (Th. Hodgskin, l. c. pp. 125, 126.)
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"There is no longer anything which we can call the natural reward of individual labour. Each labourer produces only some part of a whole, and each part, having no value or utility in itself, there is nothing on which the labourer can seize, and say: It is my product, this I will keep to myself." ("Labour Defended against the Claims of Capital." Lond., 1825, p. 25.) The author of this admirable work is the Th. Hodgskin I have already cited.
Part VI, Chapter 19
Note:
"Labour the exclusive standard of value...the greater of all wealth, no commodity." Th. Hodgskin, l. c. p. 186.
Part VII, Introduction
Note:
"The only thing, of which one can say, that it is stored up and prepared before-hand, is the skill of the labourer.... The accumulation and storage of skilled labour, that most important operation, is, as regards the great mass of labourers, accomplished without any capital whatever." (Tho. Hodgskin: Labour Defended, &c., p. 13.)
Part VII, Chapter 23
Note:
"The only thing, of which one can say, that it is stored up and prepared before-hand, is the skill of the labourer.... The accumulation and storage of skilled labour, that most important operation, is, as regards the great mass of labourers, accomplished without any capital whatever." (Tho. Hodgskin: Labour Defended, &c., p. 13.)
Part VIII, Chapter 31
Note:
"The Natural and Artificial Rights of Property Contrasted." Lond., 1832, pp. 98-99. Author of the anonymous work: "Th. Hodgskin."
Works and Authors
Bib.35

ANONYMOUS, LABOUR DEFENDED against Capital, by T. H. ( See Hodgskin), London, 1825.

Bib.158

HODGSKIN, Th., Labour Defended against Capital. By T. H. ( See under Anon.), London, 1825.

HODGSKIN, Th., Natural and Artificial Rights, The, of Property Contrasted. (Anonymous), London, 1832.

Bib.174

LABOUR defended. ( See Hodgskin)