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2 months ago

Month early but i dont care

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"To recoil from Socialism because so many individual Socialists are inferior people is as absurd as refusing to travel by train because you dislike the ticket-collectorโ€™s face." George Orwell

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3 months ago

Me in front of the white house

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The lower the wage, the less incentive to use labor effectively. In a capitalist economy, labor is cheap, and as such the capitalist can easily afford to waste that labor, and this leads to inefficiency and less technical advancement. In fact it can and many times does pay the capitalist to waste labor, why would the capitalist pay for technology that can reduce the labor time when labor is so cheap that he can not only afford the extra labor time, but he can make more money than he would with technology that can reduce that labor time. It pays to waste labor. This is often cited as the reason ancient societies like greece and rome failed to industrialize, dispite their great mindes and engineering skills. it was because of slavery, the master had no reason to account his slaves hours of labor, and as such they had no reason to economise on labor time. The romans knew of the water wheel but never moved on to widespread application of mechanical power. Capitalism obviously has a clear advance on slavery, but it is still often seen under capitalism, a good example being in the computer industry, when IBM developed highly automated industry, demand grew and so did automaton, but they still could not match up with demand "The situation was becoming desperate. Then a newly appointed manager at Kingston who had spent several years in Japan, proposed that workers in the Orient could be found with sufficient manual dexterity and patience to wire core planes by hand. Taking bags of cores, rolls of wire, and core frames to Japan, he returned ten days later with hand wired core planes as good as those that had been wired by automatic wire feeders at the Kingston plant. It was slow and tedious work but the cost of labor in the Orient was so low that production costs were actually lower than with full automation in Kingston." (Pugh et al., 1991, p. 209)

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3 months ago

"inasmuch [as] most good things are produced by labour, it follows that [all] such things of right belong to those whose labour has produced them. But it has so happened in all ages of the world, that some have laboured, and others have, without labour, enjoyed a large proportion of the fruits. This is wrong, and should not continue. To [secure] to each labourer the whole product of his labour, or as nearly as possible, is a most worthy object of any good government." Comrade Abe

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Happy b-day

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Merry Christmas

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Epic

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