Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, 4th Edition, Moscow, 1964, Volume 3, pp. 37-69
Publisher: Progress Publishers
First Published: First printed in book form at the end of March 1899. Published according to the text of the second edition, 1908.
Original Transcription & Markup: R. Cymbala (2000)
Re-Marked up by: Kevin Goins (2008)
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|I. The Social Division of Labour||37|
|II. The Growth of the Industrial Population at the Expense of the Agricultural||40|
|III. The Ruin of the Small Producers||41|
|IV. The Narodnik Theory of the Impossibility of Realising Surplus-Value||43|
|V. The Views of Adam Smith on the Production and Circulation of the Aggregate Social Product in Capitalist Society and Marx’s Criticism of These Views||47|
|VI. Marx’s Theory of Realisation||51|
|VII. The Theory of the National Income||58|
|VIII. Why Does the Capitalist Nation Need a Foreign Market?||64|
|IX. Conclusions From Chapter I||67|
In the first edition of The Development of Capitalism in Russia (1899) this chapter was entitled “References to Theory.”