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Marx argued that a free-market system is exploitative because
a. workers’ wages are lower than the value they add to production.

b. consumers pay higher prices for goods than it costs to produce them.

c. all private transactions are inherently unjust.

d. monopolies are an inherent part of economic relationships.

e. collective bargaining always works to the advantage of business.



Is it C ?
I am not very clear about the Marxism theories.

  • Government US -

    My first choice is a, with c a close second. Check your book.

  • Government US -

    Hmm could be correct. Marx Advocated for the working class and how they were not getting fair treatment in their wages.

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