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Wage slavery
Wage slavery Wage slavery is a term used by anti ... voluntarily employed but practically (de facto) a slave. It is used to express disapproval of ... work in return for payment of a wage. In colloquial terms, this may refer to ... In terms used by critics of capitalism, wage slavery is the condition where a ...
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Minimum wage
Minimum wage The minimum wage is the minimum rate a worker can ... statute. It is different from the lowest wage determined by the forces of supply and ... free market. In most cases, the minimum wage acts as a price floor. Each country sets its own minimum wage laws and regulations, and many countries ...
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Slave Power
Slave Power The Slave Power was the term used in the ... claiming the annexation of Texas as a slave state was a terrible mistake. The rhetoric ... 1854. The Republican argument was that the Slave Power was economically inefficient (compared to free ... was an especially articulate enemy of the Slave Power, as was Charles Sumner. In ...
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Wage labour
Wage labour Wage labour is the mode of production where ... their labour power as a commodity. A wage labourer is a person whose primary means ... for an employer in exchange for a wage". This concept is most often used by ... own labour, as well as its products. Wage labour is often compared to slavery ( ...
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Living wage
Living wage Living wage refers to the minimum hourly wage necessary for a person to achieve a ... recreation. This concept differs from the minimum wage because the latter is set by law ... to meet the requirements of a living wage. In the United States, several municipalities ...
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Slave codes
Slave codes Slave codes were laws passed in colonial North ... abolished after the U.S. Civil War. Slave codes were long criticised by abolitionists for ... born [English] woman shall intermarry with any slave [...] shall serve the master of such slave during the life of her husband; ...
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African slave trade
African slave trade This article discusses the history of the slave trade of Africa, and its effect upon the continent. Please see Atlantic slave trade for the trans-Atlantic trade, and ... History of slavery in the United States. Slave transport in Africa, from a 19th century ... some isolated parts of Africa. The External Slave Trade The earliest external slave trade ...
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... 17, 3 March 2006 (UTC) Free Market & Wage Labour M&Ms here; Sigh...I dont ... process as opposed to free market. Secondly wage labour is labour in exchange for a wage. Q.E.D. It does not remain ... he/she can recieve extra pay. However wage labour is not what strictly defines capitalist ... it is in particular the market process. Wage labour existe in Cuba but because ...
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Manifesto for a Socialist Canada
... prevented by armed guards. So property, the slave and the soldier make their advent upon ... slaves shall emancipate themselves. A Comparison The slave of old toiled in his master’s fields ... latter today receives at the best. The slave was bought and sold bodily and, being ... no work for him to do. The slave was generally an unwilling slave, but the worker votes for a ...
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Talk:Capitalism/archive 11
... state takes at least 40% of your wage; in Sweden it takes even more. Luis ... primarily on rent from tenants), capitalists and wage earners. The landowning class per se has ... difference in economic roles/interests between a wage earner who probably has some real estate ... shares/etc but still relies on their wage to make a living, and the small ... its profit, yet gets paid a fixed wage? Infinity0 22:17, 16 November 2005 ( ...
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