Vulgar Economy-TSS (part 14)

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Vulgar Economy-TSS (part 14)

        Acknowledgements
This essay is the culmination of a long process of reflection triggered
by Alan Freeman and Guglielmo Carchedi's edited volume on Marx and Non
Equilibrium Economics (1996a).  My understanding of the issues examined
here has benefited from conversations with Alan Freeman, Andrew Kliman
and Ted McGlone, as well as from comments by participants at several
conference panels sponsored by the International Working Group on Value
Theory.

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