So that it was clear to any thinking person. This article represents another attempt to bring to people's consciousness a new correctness PRpoT to persuade my contemporaries in the necessity and usefulness go for it. 2 Speaking of the distribution of labor, Professor Kuzmin implies, of course, the Soviet PRpoT, ie distribution on the principle of equal pay for equal work (PROzRT). After the Soviet Union, where the author notes lived, probably, his life has been used primarily this principle. Since the capitalist principle of distribution (unequal pay for equal work) was rejected by the Union in full, and egalitarian principle (equal to unequal pay for work) was used, or sporadically, or in violation of PROzRT. It turns out that the title of "fairest" (humanity, I leave aside), the author criticized quote gives it PROzRT.
But still Karl Marx, "Critique of the Gotha Program" showed the injustice and the bourgeois limitations of this principle. And Lenin in "State and Revolution" fully agreed with this view of Marx. True, Marx in his "Critique" expressly formulated PROzRT, but he says there that "the individual producer receives back from society after the deductions for as long as he gives to it" (See, for example, K. Marx and F. Engels, Selected Works. In Three- ie T Z. – M., Politizdat, 1981, p. 14). And what is it, if not PROzRT? If not directly proportional dependence of the fraction obtained by the employee in private consumption, the size of the contribution of the employee. Furthermore, Marx argues PROzRT injustice in comparison with the principle of distribution according to need.