John Barton


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Barton, John

 

Born June 11, 1789, in London; died Mar. 10, 1852, in Chichester. English economist. One of the exponents of classical bourgeois political economy.

In his work The Circumstances Which Influence the Condition of the Labouring Classes of Society (1817), Barton in effect separates variable capital from the remaining portion of capital, but he calls it circulating capital. He argued against J. B. Say’s assertion of the automatic self-development of markets. Barton also studied movement in wages and population growth under conditions of developed capitalism.

WORKS

Observations on the Circumstances Which Influence the Condition of the Labouring Classes of Society. London, 1817.

REFERENCES

Marx, K. “Teorii pribavochnoi stoimosti” (vol. 4 of Kapital), part 2, ch. 18; part 3, ch. 22.
Marx, K., and F. Engels. Soch., 2nd ed., vol. 26, parts 2 and 3.
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This volume collects oral histories from individuals involved in the Shakespeare industry, based on the author's interviews with actors, directors, and scholars from North America, the UK, and New Zealand: Roger Allam, John Barton, David Bevington, Giles Block, Stephen Booth, Regina Buccola, Ralph Alan Cohen, Farah-Karim Cooper, Fran Dolan, Franchelle Dornn, Dominic Dromgoole, Barbara Gaines, Rupert Goold, Stephen Greenblatt, Andrew Gurr, Jean Howard, Nick Hutchison, Michael Kahn, Peter Lichtenfels, Russ McDonald, Barbara Mowat, Adrian Noble, Robin Goodrin Nordli, Bill Rauch, Hugh and Velma Richmond, Patsy Rodenberg, James Shapiro, Tiffany Stern, David Suchet, Ann Thompson, Zoi Wanamaker, Jim Warren, and Stanley Wells, as well as the author himself.
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Phil Judd |captains the 1967 England side against Wales that included Coventry team-mates Rodney Webb and John Barton. Back from left, D H Easby (touch-judge), R D Hearn, D M Rollit, J Barton, D E J Watt, M J Coulman, S B Richards, D J C McMahon (Scotland, referee) Centre: R Webb, D P Rodgers, P E Judd (captain), R W Hosen, C W McFadyean, Front: K F Savage, R D A Pickering, R B Taylor, J Finlan .
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