Index

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNIST PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

In Place of a Preface (original GIK introduction).

CHAPTER 1:
State Communism or The Association of Free and Equal Producers

* Part 1: State Communism
* Part 2: Varying Marxist Opinions
* Part 3: Nationalisation and Socialisation
* Part 4: The Average Social Hour of Labour
* Part 5: Towards The Association of Free and Equal Producers

CHAPTER 2:
The Progress Achieved Hitherto in Defining the Problem

* Part 1: The Disciples of Marx
* Part 2: Free Communism

CHAPTER 3:
The Reproduction Process in General

* Part 1: Under Capitalism, Reproduction is a function of the Individual
Capitalist Groups
* Part 2: The Formula (P + C) + L = TOTAL PRODUCT (T. PRD)
* Part 3: The Concept of Value Held by the Socialist Economists

CHAPTER 4:
Average Social Production Time as the Basis of Production

* Part 1: Kautsky's Definition
* Part 2: Leichter's Definition
* Part 3: Some Comparative Evaluations
* Part 4: The Mode of Operation of the Formula (P + C) + L

CHAPTER 5:
Average Social Production Time as the Basis for Distribution

* Part 1: The Distribution of the Product According to Leichter
* Part 2: Varga's State Communism as a Factor in Distribution
* Part 3: The Domination of the Producers by the Production Process

CHAPTER 6:
General Social Labour

* Part 1: The GSU Establishments
* Part 2: Leichter's Price Policy
* Part 3: The Distribution of the Product
* Part 4: The Socialisation of Distribution
* Part 5: The Mixed Industrial Establishments

CHAPTER 7:
The Communist Mode of Distribution

* Part 1: The Relationship of the Producer to the Product
* Part 2: The Market

CHAPTER 8:
Production on an Extended Scale, or Communist Accumulation

* Part 1: Accumulation as a Social Function
* Part 2: The Application of the Accumulation Fund
* Part 3: Special Forms of Accumulation

CHAPTER 9:
The System of General Social Accounting as the Model Method of
Integrating Economic Processes

* The Labour-Hour as the Foundation of the Production Budget

CHAPTER 10:
The System of General Social Book-Keeping as a System of Control Over
the Economic Process

* Part 1: The Method of Control by Subjective Administrative Decision
* Part 2: Objective Methods of Control
* Part 3: Control by Means of the Registration of the Stream of Products

CHAPTER 11:
The System of Control over the Establishments for General Social Use
(G.S.U), or Public Establishments

CHAPTER 12:
Socially Necessary Labour and Average Social Reproduction Time

* Part 1: Essential Categories
* Part 2: Production Time and Reproduction Time
* Part 3: Depreciation of the Means of Production

CHAPTER 13:
The Economic Power of the Proletariat and the System of General
Accounting Control

CHAPTER 14:
The Agrarian Question and the Peasants

* Development towards Commodity Production

CHAPTER 15:
The Peasants and the Revolution

CHAPTER 16:
The Agrarian Revolution in Russia and Hungary

* Part 1: Russia
* Part 2: Hungary
* Part 3: The Result

CHAPTER 17:
The Agrarian Proletariat and the Small and Middle Peasants in the
German Revolution

* Part 1: The Struggle Begins
* Part 2: The Revolution Spreads
* Part 3: The Role of the Peasants

CHAPTER 18:
The Peasants and the Workers' Councils

CHAPTER 19:
Epilogue

* Part 1: Marx's Critique of the Gotha Programme
* Part 2: From Money to Labour-Time Computation
* Part 3: Alleged Utopianism