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>Any unit of production that purchases its inputs and requires to sell its
>outputs in order to reproduce itself is a capital, so that any economy is
>on such units is a capitalist economy.
Where is your proof ? What about administered prices ? "Reproduction" as
such does not make a capital. Expanded reproduction under conditions of
private ownership, does (unless we agree to change the meaning of capital
in the Marxian sense).
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