The formation of the International Working Men's Association in 1864 brought together workers from Europe and the Americas for the first time under one banner. Those workers brought with them ideas that were considered radical and pro-worker, but in fact would have set back and injured the workers' movement. It was vital to take on these ideas by contrasting them with the principles of communist economic theory. Currlin Press, in association with the Albert Currlin Institute, is pleased to present the third in its 12-volume Essentials series, a part of the Workers' Library Collection. Included in this volume is Marx's presentation to the IWMA known today as Value, Price and Profit, edited by his daughter, Eleanor, and with a preface written by Edward Aveling, as well as Chapter 7 from Capital on the process of producing surplus value (profit), and an introduction and endnotes by the Albert Currlin Institute.
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