The Decline of American Capitalism by Lewis Corey

By Lewis Corey

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The realization of profit kets to absorb the rising output of and consumption, which results in a periodical overproduction of consumption goods. Thus the accumulation of capital and the resulting prosperity them- tion selves become fetters on movement further the accumulation, and prosperity. This is breakdowns. In these breakdowns there is progress, if expansion, an element of decUne; they indicate the incapacity of capitalism to develop industry, they express a definite, of the fundamental cause of cyclical all the forces of temporary, exhaustion of economic and they tend to become constantly more destructive in their But the real element of decline appears in the upsets of prosperity.

And to combat decline and revolution, the capitalist struggles in capitalist decline class resorts to fascism, the complete repudiation of all the ideals for which capitalism fought during its revolutionary youth. In its origins, growth, and decline, American capitalism has always . . been bound up with the capitalism of Europe. ) affected the scope and tempo of its growth and American youth of capiwere thrust forth by the mass migrations motion by the transformation of feudalism; they were overseas talism.

The government let enterprise alone, except where it helped with tariffs and with grants of money and public lands to railroads, turning over the nation's vast natural resources to private enterprise. The American economy and the American dream were greatly in- vigorated by the renewed expansion of the frontier. But there have been other frontiers in history, yielding other results. The frontier was one of the factors shaping the sectional forms assumed by some and class interests and class struggles; was important, but only in the peculiar forms it gave to the complex of interests and struggles in a capitalist economy.

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