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One of the poorest works I've read. It's not a play, but an actor taking the role of Marx, stands up and lectures the audience on the relevance of Marxism for today>Published 11 months ago by I. Al Khafaji
Desperately needed it for a class, but it arrived and only had the odd pages (literally half the book), so had to download it on Kindle.Published 16 months ago by Richard
It make one think of social injustice in our society.
The play should be introduced in high school all across the country.
Howard Zinn is simply great. This little piece for theater is, nonetheless, very dense and invites deeper thinking than stems from media and mainstream thinking alonePublished on October 25, 2011 by ream
With so much propaganda and misinformation shifting all around these days about Marx (and even his own writing often a bit difficult to read) it was nice to read a short piece that... Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by Thomas Didymus
Marx in Soho is one of the best plays that has been written. It is a fascinating account of Marx's life in Soho, seen through Marx's eyes. Read morePublished on January 18, 2007 by Hoka Hey
I get so tired of these knee-jerk, hackneyed, imbecilic responses to any work dealing with the teachings and philosophy of Karl Marx. Read morePublished on May 22, 2005 by Ludd
In his foreword, Zinn makes a blanket claim regarding what he sees as a fundamental truth endemic to Capitalism: that it is unfair and beneficial only to the wealthy. Fair enough. Read morePublished on July 5, 2004 by Kevin L. Wilson