[OPE-L:1005] which crime?

Alan Freeman (100042.617@compuserve.com)
Thu, 8 Feb 1996 07:49:34 -0800

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Gil says

"Marx nowhere asserts that total prices equal total values; and if he did
the assertion is either true only by definition or is in general false."

Sorry to labour a point, but *which*?

We would like to defend Marx, but we need to know the charges.

At present the poor old sod will be shot for treason if he deserts, and hung
for murder if he doesn't.

Does he stand accused of in-general-falseness or truth-by-definition?