Michael Perelman (email me)
Although I earned a degree in agricultural economics from the University
of California, Berkeley, I never could bring myself to accept the
ideological framework of conventional economics. (more)

Selections from Michael Perelman's Books:

"The Invention of Capitalism" (order) Although primitive accumulation was an essential concern of classical political economy, the study of this concept began in confusion and has since settled into an unfortunate obscurity. The seemingly Marxian expression, "primitive accumulation," originally began with Adam Smith's assertion that "the accumulation of stock must, in the nature of things, be previous to the division of labour" (Smith 1776, II.3, p. 277). Marx translated Smith's word, "previous," as "ursprunglich" (Marx and Engels 1973; 33: 741), which Marx's English translators, in turn, rendered as "primitive." (more)
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