The ‘build up’ of Costs of Production go into the final Price

Wages, Salaries and Dividends are the only form of spending power returned to the community from the total ‘costs of production’

Diminishing labour requirements is a consequence of modern industrial production

4% of the nation’s total labour is required to produce all food today compared to 75% 150 years ago

Wages are a reducing cost in production and this shortfall of spending power (to buy what the community makes) is made up with new loans or expanding markets, which cause increased friction between companies and then nations

New production does not create an equivalent amount of ‘new money’ to purchase this production

Marx advocated the means of production to be appropriated to the state

Social Credit advocates sufficient purchasing power to be placed into the hands of the community to liquidate the costs of production that go to make up prices using the National Dividend as the means

Marx desired to concentrate power in the hands of the state

Social Credit advocates this power to reside with the individual using their money vote – similar to the political vote – as the means to control the market

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