Theories of Surplus Value Part 3 - Karl Marx 1971 Progress Publishers 1st Printing Moscow vintage hardback

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Condition: Acceptable: Signs of wear and consistent use. First Edition. Hard cover in blue cloth w/stamped Marx profile, gold titles. There is a splash stain on the outside edge of pages, some moisture crinkling on bottom right corner of page up to page 68 on the inside pages. There are some light pencil notes/underlining in a few pages at beginning of the book of the book. See images for the condition of this book. "First printing 1971" in Moscow stated.

Blurb: Volume IV of Capital 

"Workers of All Countries Unite! is the first thing you see when you open this amazing book find. Marx's Theories of Surplus Value is the fourth volume of his monumental Das Kapital (Capital). Divided into three parts, this lengthy work reviews classic economic analyses of labour and value (Smith, Ricardo, Malthus, and others), focusing on the concept of "surplus value" - the difference between the full value of a worker's labour and the wages received for this labour. This is a key concept for Marx since in his view the capitalist maintains power through controlling surplus value. Translated From The German By Jack Cohen and S. W. Ryazanskaya; Edited By S. W. Ryazanskaya And Richard Dixon