Economists are sometimes defined as people who don’t believe things work in practice until they can be proven in theory.
One such economist was Karl Marx, who used a remarkably simple theoretical formula to define the practicality of the capitalist system.
Marx’s formula was as simple as:
Defined, a capitalist starts with Money, converts it into Capital, and ends up with More Money than what he originally started with.
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