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This paper critically discusses the important and relevant-not to mention controversialviews of Ricardo and Marx on the impact of machinery on labor productivity, the organization of production, and the wages and employment prospects of the working class during the capitalism of their day. First, the paper turns to Ricardo's assessment of the introduction of machinery and its likely effects on the laborer and the rate of profit and accumulation-one which went through a substantial revision (anddoi:10.1080/09672567.2018.1523208 fatcat:62l6izympjazvmc2db5qnnukkq