CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::c. Marx::12/en

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Marx believed that the communist revolution was possible, first, by virtue of the structural contradictions he saw in the capitalist system. The anarchy of the market, where each producer does not know what the other one will produce, and competition as an always frustrated way and try to reduce the anarchy; the downward trend in the profit rate, and technological competition and hype exploitation as always frustrated attempts to reverse it; the trend towards overproduction crisis as a result of the disparity between the growth in the supply of products and slow growth of the consumption capacity, produced by the tendency to keep wages at the lowest possible level. In "Capital" he showed the cycle of anarchic, lowering of the profit rate, crisis of overproduction, general bankruptcy, and new anarchic competition which, in his opinion, would increasingly worsen, and finally lead to the collapse of the system.