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by Karl and Engels Friedrich Marx

eBook Communist Manifesto: Wages, Price and Profit Capital, Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (Collector's Library, Essential Thinkers) download ISBN: 0760762678
Author: Karl and Engels Friedrich Marx
Publisher: Barners and Noble Collector's Library; 1st edition (2004)
Language: English
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by Karl and Engels, Friedrich Marx (Author).

by Karl and Engels, Friedrich Marx (Author). Ships from and sold by Kansas Trails. I’m reading the Manifesto in 2018, and even in the context of the failed communist experiments around the world in the last century, the ideas of Marx and Engels appear aggressively radical, even for our days. One can only imagine the shocking paradigm-changing tone of the Manifesto in the early days.

Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, in the Communist Manifesto, urged the .

Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, in the Communist Manifesto, urged the workers of all countries to unite.

Socialism: Utopian and Scientific is a short book first published in 1880 by German-born socialist Friedrich Engels. The work was primarily extracted from a longer polemic work published in 1876, Anti-Dühring.

Karl and Engels, Friedrich Marx. ISBN 10: 0760762678 ISBN 13: 9780760762677. Publisher: Barners and Noble Collector's Library, 2004.

Book by Marx, Karl and Engels, Friedrich.

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The Condition of the Working Class in England is Engels’s first, and probably best-known, book. With Henry Mayhew’s London Labour and the London Poor, it was and is the outstanding study of the working class in Victorian England. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. How do I upload a book?

Read this collection piece of works authored by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels to engage your mind and learn more!

Socialism: Utopian and Scientific.

Socialism: Utopian and Scientific. Written: Between January and March of 1880; Source: Marx/Engels Selected Works, Volume 3, p. 95-151; Publisher: Progress Publishers, 1970; First Published: March, April, and May issues of Revue Socialiste in 1880; Translated: from the French by Edward Aveling in 1892 (authorised by Engels) : Zodiac/Brian Baggins; Online Version: Marx/Engels Internet Archive (marxists. org) 1993, 1999, 2003.

Essential Thinkers book. Essential Thinkers - Karl Marx (Barnes & Noble Collector's Library). 0760762678 (ISBN13: 9780760762677).

So this book and Karl Marx gets wrongly blamed for much that happened long after he died. Do not let that colour your reading of 'The Communist Manifesto'. Rather, read it, challenge its application to our times, use what seems appropriate and disregard what seems inappropriate.

Book by Marx, Karl and Engels, Friedrich
Comments: (7)
Sataxe
It's very light, which is great if you're packing it around. A very quick read, but I suspect that some readers may want the font to be larger. However, given the super low price, it was high quality.
Olma
Got my copy and pages 9 through 40 are inverted and upside down. The entire book is goofed up because of this. I'm not pleased.
Vichredag
If politics, economy or life in general interest you - this is a must.
THOMAS
Well, this literature has opened my eyes a bit toward Communists. I still am not a Communist if that's what you are wondering.
Yndanol
The MacMillan Collector’s Library edition of Karl Marx’s “The Communist Manifesto” includes the 1888 Samuel Moore translation of “The Communist Manifesto,” “Wages, Price, and Profit” from 1898, and Samuel Moore and Edward Aveling’s 1887 translation of “Capital.” Hugh Griffith’s introduction offers biographical information about Marx and puts his work into its historical context, particularly after the apparent “victory” of capitalism over communism at the end of the Cold War, with Griffith arguing that, contrary to popular opinion, Marx remains as prescient as ever in light of the economies of post-industrial society. This edition reprints all three texts in their entirety and fully articulates Marx’s ideas of class and wage warfare. Ironically, this edition makes a nice gift with its portable size, gilt edges, and classic dust jacket art.
Datrim
Nothing much has changed since the early Nineteenth Century.

Quick read with compelling, progressive logic that's based on centuries of historical events and other facts. Not for people who believe that their fate is in God's hands, that helplessness is a "safe" strategy, or who are comfortable with people telling them what to do. Or, maybe the perfect thing for them.
Malodor
This publication is a cheap version of the Communist Manifesto. But it is printed clearly and well made. Overall, if you want a reference edition of this work and do not care about aesthetics, this is a fine version.
This was the wrong book for me, but maybe it will be better for you: I was expecting more of a much more clear cut guide on how exactly to overthrow the current regime in order to create a utopian society in which class no longer exists. He does a great job of providing a lot of examples where other versions of communism are wrong and flawed, and why, but never really gives a decent tutorial on how to pragmatically instantiate marxism.. I almost got the feeling like the substrate of reality was such that you can never eliminate the "bourgeoisie snakes from within", perhaps that alluded to the idea that layering a Marxist structure on top of reality means that reality will always poke through, even after it has suffocated and starved enough?? I followed the author on Kindle, we'll see if he publishes a vol. 2 sometime soon!