[OPE-L:3105] Re: Value, Price and Profit as a summary

From: Patrick L. Mason (pmason@garnet.acns.fsu.edu)
Date: Wed May 10 2000 - 14:47:40 EDT

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I'd love to have your notes if you write them up. There may be a potential
book for you in doing this.

peace, patrick

At 11:48 AM 5/10/00, you wrote:
>I agree Patrick. In fact, I think it can be usefully edited in a manner
>that "Weston" does not jump out at the reader but rather the text really
>reads as a "normal" summary statement (and no breath of Hegel!). I intend
>to try it in a serious fashion next semester in my undergraduate "Marxist
>Economic Theory" class.
>P.S. Rakesh: "Grossmann ... was as you know the most important figure in
>the recovery of Marx's 'economics' :)." How about Sweezy?
>Paul Zarembka, supporting RESEARCH IN POLITICAL ECONOMY
>******************** http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/PZarembka
>"Patrick L. Mason" <pmason@garnet.acns.fsu.edu> said, on 05/10/00 at 11:06
>>Interestingly, Marx tried to summarize his economic beliefs in "Wages,
>>Prices, and Profit." This short piece is considerably easier to read than
>>the 3 volumes of capital and the other 3 volumes of Theories of Surplus

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