The importance of the market in the modern economic order. - Natural exchange. - The impossibility of a general overproduction within natural exchange. - The money-mediated exchange. - The possibility of general overproduction of commodities. - The market. - Simple commodity production. - The regulation of production by consumption. - Capitalist production. - The lack of relation between production and consumption. - Simple reproduction of capital. - Capital accumulation. - The principle of proportional distribution of production. - The two fundamental contradictions of capitalist economy. - Credit. - Dependency of crises on the contradictions of capitalist economy. - The necessity of crises. - Foreign trade.
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