Map of Moscow Tourist on All pre-capitalist societies, however, differed from capitalism in one vital respect as far as work was concerned. The goal of work in pre-modern societies was the immediate satisfaction of people’s needs. Granted that the needs of the ruling elite took priority over the those of the great majority of people, it still remains true that the slave, peasant, or handicraft worker worked to produce goods that would immediately be used either by themselves or by the elite. Under capitalism, however, very little production is for immediate use. The Ford autoworker does not produce cars for her own immediate use or even for the immediate use of her managing director. She produces cars so that they can be sold. Goods under capitalism thus have a strange peculiarity: before they can be used, they have to be exchanged against money, which in turn can then be exchanged for other GOODS. Map of Moscow Tourist 2016.
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