Re: [OPE-L] Marx, Liebig and Stoffwechsel

From: Michael Perelman (michael@ECST.CSUCHICO.EDU)
Date: Sat Dec 01 2007 - 11:48:25 EST

I had no idea that Praeger was bought by Elsevier, which makes sense.  Its founder
was associated with the CIA -- old Ramparts scandal.  The new parent company of
Elsevier does work for the government in data mining terrorism threats. Elsevier
itself, I believe, runs trade shows for the military & charges more than $10,000 a
year for a sub to at least one of its journals.

On Sat, Dec 01, 2007 at 12:27:35PM +0100, GERALD LEVY wrote:
> > I have not been notified that it is out of print.> Karl Marx's Crises Theory: Labor, Scarcity and Fictitious Capital (New York: Praeger,> 1987).Michael P and Paolo: I checked into this and found that it is availablefor purchase through Greenwood Publishing Group: <> NB1: "print on demand" - a trend within the publishing industry. Sort of like "just-in-time" publishing? NB2: Praeger is a division of the Greenwood PublishingGroup (GPG) and GPG is part of the "Elsevier family ofCompanies".  The centralization of capital! In solidarity, Jerry
Michael Perelman
Economics Department
California State University
Chico, CA 95929

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