Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, Volume 2 by Karl Marx

By Karl Marx

The "forgotten" moment quantity of Capital, Marx's world-shaking research of economics, politics, and background, includes the very important dialogue of commodity, the cornerstone to Marx's theories.

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II The opening of new swiddens is often concentrated in the drier season from June through August. This happened for instance in 1960, but in 1961 and in 1962 the work on the swiddens was more spread out, in 1961 because too much rain fell during the middle of the year and in 1962 because the Wanggulam were preoccupied with an upsurge of the religious movement. If, as in 1960, many men start opening new swiddens in the course of a few weeks, the Wanggulam have a busy and festive time during which there is a great deal of economic cooperation.

After staying a few years on Karoba II territory, many Karoba I returned, but a number stayed on. This was probably facilitated by the fact that the Karoba II had suffered heavy losses during an expedition to the Lake Archbold area. Thirdly, the Ngopare settled on Penggu territory. This took place about 1957, also a result of fighting. During 1960-1962 a number of N gop are returned to previously inhabited territory west of the Luaga. The Wanggulam professed not to know if the other Ngopare would stay indefinitely and, if so, where the precise location of their future swiddens would be.

1 %) foreign associates. Four Karoba adult and adolescent males, together with two Penggu associates, lived in an area only recently occupied by Karoba people. Four lived as associates· of other Wanggulam sections. 0 %) were living on their own sub-section territory. There is no explicit preference for residence in one's own sub-section's territory, nor - in the case of Karoba - in one's own sub-sub-section territory. People's comments would suggest that residence outside one's 20 GOVERNMENT IN WANGGULAM own sub-section is much more common than seems actually to be the case.

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