Marx's Capital: Chapter 4-11 - Exploitation, wages, and profits

In part three from our "Capital in a Day" series, Natasha Sorrell - a teacher in Sheffield - discusses where profits come from within capitalism: the unpaid labour of the working class.

In order to understand how the capitalists make their profits, Natasha looks at how wages are determined, and uses real life examples to show how the bosses are increasing the exploitation of workers today.


Marx's Capital: Chapter 4-11 - Exploitation, wages, and profits
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Natasha Sorrell discusses chapters 4-11 of Marx's Capital, looking at the concepts of wages, profits, and exploitation.

In part three from our "Capital in a Day" series, Natasha Sorrell - a teacher in Sheffield - discusses where profits come from within capitalism: the unpaid labour of the working class.

In part three from our "Capital in a Day" series, Natasha Sorrell - a teacher in Sheffield - discusses where profits come from within capitalism: the unpaid labour of the working class.

In order to understand how the capitalists make their profits, Natasha looks at how wages are determined, and uses real life examples to show how the bosses are increasing the exploitation of workers today.


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