Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Chapter VI. Capitalist Manufacture and Capitalist Domestic Industry

Written: 1896-1899.
Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, 4th Edition, Moscow, 1964, Volume 3, pp. 384-453
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 Rise of Manufacture and its Main Features  384
II. Capitalist Manufacture in Russian Industry  386
III. Technique in Manufacture. Division of Labour and its Significance  427
IV. The Territorial Division of Labour and the Separation of Agriculture From Industry  431
V. The Economic Structure of Manufacture  435
VI. Merchant’s and Industrial Capital In Manufacture. The “Buyer-Up” and the “Factory Owner”  438
VII. Capitalist Domestic Industry as an Appendage of Manufacture  441
VIII. What Is “Handicraft” Industry?  448


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