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    Beyond Toil & Consumption: Unveiling the Hidden Costs of Capitalism

    Fundamentally, Marx illuminated an incontrovertible verity: the toil of the majority, encompassing both yourself and myself, ultimately enriches the coffers of the employer, with the surplus value generated by the labor of common folk serving as the principal conduit for capitalists to amass wealth. This construct delineates the appropriation by employers of the excess fruits of labor without recompense. Within this paradigm centered on capital, the concept of “surplus value” not only elucidates how employers profit from the labor of workers, but also exposes the misconceptions harbored by commoners regarding their societal standing and how such misconceptions are exploited by employers for personal gain. By erecting a societal framework that…

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