In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The vast majority of people have to work in these places, creating wealth for the capitalists, in order to survive.
- Big capitalists everywhere are always a bit resentful of bigger capitalists.
- The capitalists are seeking to integrate Europe in order to strengthen capitalism.
- The divisions widened between the working class and the liberal capitalists who had timidly opposed Tsarism.
- In the very process of producing things, the working class also reproduces the wealth of the capitalists.
- What's more, privatised childcare is a potential source of profit for capitalists.
- Instead of greedy capitalists owning the corporation, the workers themselves will own it.
- The transnational capitalist class is not made up of capitalists in the traditional Marxist sense.
- If capitalists extract too much profit, they destroy the ability of employees to buy.
- The portrayals of factory life would make even the most fervent capitalists turn to Marx and Engels.
- The capitalists who are now colonising the public sector across the globe are the common enemy of workers everywhere.
- Spanish capitalists wanted to protect their profits and were eager to enter the European Common Market.
- The Marxist claim that capitalists must find investments overseas fails miserably.
- Antonio is a member of the new rising class, the mercantile capitalists.
- Investing capitalists came to feel that their wealth could go on expanding almost exponentially forever.
- It just shows that capitalists will turn to anything to make profits.
- It used state intervention and planning in collaboration with the big capitalists to build up industry.
- The fight for control of the oil is a fight for control of power of one bloc of capitalists over other blocs of capitalists.
- Before a blow was struck the capitalists had established their economic and ideological hold over the aristocracy.
- Modern democracies have been around for long enough for neo-liberal capitalists to learn how to subvert them.
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