Class Struggle Rightly Conceived

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“In light of Marx’s words, it’s worth exploring ‘the historical development of this class struggle’ as seen from the perspective of the classical liberals. At first this analysis of class may seem paradoxical. Free-market advocates have long emphasized that trade brings in­crea­s­ingly elaborate forms social cooperation through the division of labor and free exchange. As Ludwig von Mises pointed out, the reali­z­at­ion that specialization and trade allow unlimited mutual benefits induces people to put aside their differences and to cooperate in the pro­duc­tive process. How could the classical liber­als of the early nineteenth century have been in­ter­ested in class struggle . . .?”

Introduced July 2014.

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