On Wed, 25 Apr 2001, Gerald_A_Levy wrote: > Re Allin's : > > > Consumer goods waiting to be sold are also > > constant capital. Consider > > the stock on a retailer's shelves: circulating > > constant capital. > > Good morning. And the top of the morning to you. > Consider pineapples produced by a capitalist > firm: if all of the pineapples are not sold, why > do you think that the unsold pineapples > (necessarily) come to represent means of production? They may rot. If they don't, they represent inventory (not means of production) and hence are part of c, pro tem. Allin.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b30 : Wed May 02 2001 - 00:00:06 EDT