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The Hidden Hand and the Limits of the Capitalist
The division of labour and the rationality of exchange
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able accumulation administration appeared attempt authority balance Bank barriers basis boom Britain British capital capitalist central changes civil commodities competition constitutional continued costs crisis currency demand democratic depression direct dollar domestic economic employment established exchange expansion expenditure exports expressed face failure fall force foreign framework further gold growing growth hand immediate imports increased increasingly individual industrial inflation institutions interest intervention investment issue Keynesian labour largely lead liberal limits maintain means meant monetary monetary policy organised overaccumulation particular payments planning policies political political economy Poor pressure problem production profits protection raised rates reduced reform regulation relations reserves resistance response restore restrictive result rise role rule scale secure Smith social society sought speculative stability standard stimulated strategy struggle subordination supply sustained theory tion trades unions undermined wages welfare workers