Will History Judge Marx to Have Been Right About the Effects of Technological Progress on Income Distribution?

‘The instrument of labour, when it takes the form of a machine, immediately becomes a competitor of the workman himself. … That portion of the working-class, thus by machinery rendered superfluous, i.e., no longer immediately necessary for the self-expansion of capital, either goes to the wall in the unequal contest of the old handicrafts . . . → Read More: Will History Judge Marx to Have Been Right About the Effects of Technological Progress on Income Distribution?