I'd like to add that, by not-situating political economy around society's *productive processes* (capital, labor, etc.), the right-wing mindset tends to overemphasize the *social organization* aspect of politics / political-economy, even to the point of politicizing *interpersonal* relations -- everyday casual non-political social life.
It's not individual interpersonal *ties* that are at stake for society and its politics, but rather it's mostly about how any given society *produces a surplus* -- which is directly related to the *labor* question.
I realized one day that all of bourgeois economics is only concerned with the *secondary market*, well-after the initial, primary market around how the commodity gets produced in the first place.
[EDIT -- ADDED FIRST DIAGRAM HERE]
Components of Components of Social Production
Components of Social Production
 Labor & Capital, Wages & Dividends