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Social Change, Historical Modes-of-Production and the Tendency toward Capital Concentration

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This effort suggests that a key component within the conflict paradigm often not referred to in the literature is the Tendency Toward Capital Concentration as a function of historical changing economic modes-of-production. Furthermore, modes-of-production change is the primary force of social change within the conflict view. This effort will cite several examples of changing economic modes-of-production as the result of Tendency Toward Capital Concentration, which has acted as force of social change.

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Gerardi, S. (2012). Social Change, Historical Modes-of-Production and the Tendency toward Capital Concentration. Sociology Mind, 2, 247-250. doi: 10.4236/sm.2012.23032.

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