Karl Marx Quote

The worker's existence is thus brought under the same condition as the existence of every other commodity. The worker has become a commodity, and it is a bit of luck for him if he can find a buyer, And the demand on which the life of the worker depends, depends on the whim of the rich and the capitalists.


Wages of Labor, p. 20. - Paris Manuscripts (1844)

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The worker's existence is thus brought under the same condition as the existence of every other commodity. The worker has become a commodity, and it...

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The worker's existence is thus brought under the same condition as the existence of every other commodity. The worker has become a commodity, and it...

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The worker's existence is thus brought under the same condition as the existence of every other commodity. The worker has become a commodity, and it...

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The worker's existence is thus brought under the same condition as the existence of every other commodity. The worker has become a commodity, and it...