In the popular academic mind, the doctrine of class-conflict seems to be inextricably linked to the particular Marxist version of the idea. Lip-service is often paid - especially by those eager to diminish the claims to originality of Marx and Engels - to the fact that these writers had precursors in this approach to social reality. Frequently a certain "French school," preceding Marx and Engels and influencing their views, is alluded to, and the names Guizot, Thierry, Saint-Simon and a few others are sometimes mentioned in this connection. But what that earlier perspective consisted in, and how it might differ from the more familiar Marxist model, is rarely if ever broached.
Classical Liberal Exploitation Theory: A Comment on Professor Liggio's Paper
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Raico, Ralph. "Classical Liberal Exploitation Theory: A Comment on Professor Liggio's Paper." Journal of Libertarian Studies 1, No.3 (1977): 179-183.