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Classical Marxism, 1850-1895 (Political rules of Marx and Engels, 2)

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This "low" level of civilization, he proceeded to explain, "has remained unaltered since its remotest antiquity," and was founded on a near subsistence village economy in which a "peculiar combination of handweaving, hand-spinning and hand-tilling agriculture" had made each unit self-sufficient for all practical purposes, with an extremely simple internal division of labor based typically on hereditary castes, and with scarcely any contact- or need for contact- with neighboring villages such as might produce a more sophisticated and dynamic economy.

Without a uniform system of law, of money, of weights and measures, and so forth, a modern bourgeois economy could not really take off. " Marx then continued: While the absolute monarchy found in Spain material in its very nature repulsive to centralization, it did all in its power to prevent the growth of common interests arising out of a national division of labor and the multiplicity of internal exchanges- the very basis on which alone a uniform system of administration and the rule of general laws can be created.

Belongs to this highest unity. Oriental despotism therefore appears to lead to a legal absence of property. In fact, however, its foundation is tribal or common property, in most cases created through a combination of manufacture and agriculture within the small community which thus becomes entirely self-sustaining and contains within itself all conditions of production and surplus production. Part of its surplus labor belongs to the higher community, which ultimately appears as a person. This surplus labor is rendered both as tribute and as common labor for the glory of the unity, in part that of the despot, in part that of the imagined tribal entity of the god.

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