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One who has bothered to read this long book knows that the book has nothing to do with Communism.
Buy the Penguin Classics edition of Capital and download the lectures, one at a time and when you are finished you will be far better educated than you are now!
Marx, in one of the greatest works in the history of social science and philosophy, exposes the real basis for the capitalist class, other's labor!
first off the mark - no one ever catches him - if the world had only listened - imagine if he had a computer - one has to know a little about the period - about Engels and... Read morePublished 3 days ago by ralph desmarais
What can you say about such a book? I spent at least six months reading it, it's not an easy one, but that said, it isn't as cryptic as many people seem to think. Read morePublished 2 months ago by N.Fred
On Karl Marx I read enough on his own books to reach the conclusion that he created what seems to the superficial observer to be an impressive, integrated system of thought,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ludwig von Mises, Jr.
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The irony of some publisher trying to profit from this is unimaginably revolting.
Re-read together with the works of J. E. Stiglitz and T. Piketty it gives an interesting picture of the development of market economy - with its successes and shady sides too.Published 3 months ago by Marton Krasznai
to know what other theories of the political economy existed beyond the parent to modern Capitalism (Adam Smith never envisioned corporate capitalism, but only mom-and-pop style... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Reynolds C. Jones