[OPE-L:1147] Re: TSS and GLCA

akliman@acl.nyit.edu (akliman@acl.nyit.edu)
Tue, 20 Feb 1996 07:29:32 -0800

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I don't know that every proponent of the TSS interpretation has the same
view of the General Law of Capitalist Accumulation (GLCA). If Jerry or
anyone else tells me what they mean by GLCA, I'll be happy to give my
thoughts on it. As Marx's specifies it on p. 798 (Vintage, Vol. I)
the law is that the industrial reserve army and pauperization grow
concommitantly with the growth of capital.

It seems to me that this law is conceivably compatible with many different
interpretations of Marx's value theory. But perhaps Jerry was using
GLCA to mean something more general. But I need to know what in order to