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From Marx as the theoretician of disharmony to Marx the planner of equilibrium, the utopia of harmonicism, as seen in socialist planning (in Soviet Marxism, for example). From this standpoint, which has, one needs hardly add, been that of Marxist orthodoxy and still largely remains so today, any incidence that the action of the working class might have on the crisis disappears. The capitalist class is instead divided into "healthy" or "progressive" and "parasitic" or "sick" elements: the "Puritan" eneepreneur is distinguished from his speculative or absenteeist "Jewish" counterpart.
It was a key article in developing the theoretical base of the newly emerging politics of working-class autonomy. This translation is taken from a forthcoming volume to be published by Red Notes: Selected Writings of Sergio Bologna. For further details, write to Red Notes, BPI 5, 2a St Paul's Road, London N1. We are publishing Bologna's article in two parts (and without the footnotes, which will be available in the Red Notes volume). The second part will appear in Common Sense No. 14. At the beginning of 1855, in a series of articles in the Neuer Oder Zeitung (11, 12, 20 and 25 January and in successive articles in the following months) Marx confronted the problem of cyclical crises and questions related to the British banking reforms of 1844.
Much faster. Given the large proportion of women and children still present in the industrial workforce (35%), the system of very harsh fines which was widespread, and payment in kind, the overall impression is one of poor diet and great poverty. Dollians, whose data on strikes show a higher incidence in normal years and a drop in periods of crisis, also emphasises the exceptional increase in the wst of living. He cites a Paris print compositor who attended the London Exhibition as part of the French workers' delegation in 1863, and who stated that over the past ten years 185161, his wages had risen by 9-lo%, but his rent had gone up by 50%.