commodity, labor, wage labor, concentration of capital, capitalist class.
I'm not threatened by spurious and uneducated associations. If you can find me a more detailed study of capitalism than Marx's - I'm open to suggestions. Again, Marx's work and analysis of capitalists society is quite possibly the most important piece of work by an economist since the Code of Hammurabi. Find me a book that can hold a candle to Das Kapital in the last 100 years? What? Atlas Shrugged? Please.I think it is probably safe to say that few if any modern economists would agree with you, except maybe for the ones in Cuba, North Korea, and a few (now very few) academic departments elsewhere.