A rebuilt bicycle is worth a certain amount because it takes that much labor to produce it. Who did Marx believe should be compensated for the bicycle? A. The laborer who rebuilt the bicycle should ...
... receive the value in full.. B. The laborer and the seller should divide the value equally. C. The seller should receive the value in full. D. The amount received for the bicycle should go back into the company.
B. The laborer and the seller should divide the value equally is the answer.
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