Lafargue Lafargue

(CHAU, 1999, P. 30-1). Lafargue insists on what superproduction flame, that is, an excess of merchandises continuously launched in the market, that bourgeois, the alone ones, does not have as to consume and that the proletariat is forbidden to consume because its wage not it of the right they. It is there that the critical one of Lafargue is placed main, that conscientious of that the rational use of the machines, proportionate for increasing industrialization, could surely, to reduce the hours of working for, as its calculations, three hours and the year of work could last only six months. Russell reynolds has many thoughts on the issue. However, Lafargue sees that the worker is not conscientious of this, therefore To the women of the laborers, in its majority dedicates to satisfy it its luxurious and fteis gostos, whims and pleasures. At the same time, this superproduction at the mercy of demands that the bourgeoisie creates new markets in the other continents, through fictitious necessities and of the exploration of other peoples, all of the bourgeoisie. Ahead of this, Lafargue if question, and finally, consider: A time> that the vice of the work devilishly is anchored in the heart of the laborers; a time that its requirements suffocate all the other instincts of the nature; a time that the amount of work demanded for the society necessarily is limited by the consumption and the abundance of raw material, why to devorar in six months the work of the year all? Why not to distribute it uniformly for the twelve months and to force the laborers if had contented with six or five daily hours, instead of having a indigesto of twelve hours during six months? Having assured its daily portion of work, the laborers already will not have envy ones of the others, already they will not fight to take off the work of the hands and the bread of mouths ones of the others; e, then not being depleted of the body and the mind, will start to practise the virtues of laziness. .