[OPE-L:5298] Re: ideal vs. real value

M Williams (Michael@mwilliam.u-net.com)
Fri, 20 Jun 1997 15:15:16 -0700 (PDT)

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At 01:52 18/06/97 -0700,
>Quite! I made a mistake in the last post. To the definition of commodity,
>neither value nor use-value is crucial. But the value-form is the most
>crucial because the non-labor products that have no value can take the
>value form being sold and bought with money.
>Sometimes, ill trained customs makes me to commit such mistakes.
>In solidarity,

Michael W:
Welcome aboard, Chai-on; I always new you were a Value-form theorist!
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