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The Communist Manifesto epub ebook

by Karl Marx

The Communist Manifesto epub ebook

Author: Karl Marx
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Digireads.com (January 1, 2005)
Pages: 80 pages
ISBN: 1420922483
ISBN13: 978-1420922486
Rating: 4.5
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The Communist Manifesto, originally the Manifesto of the Communist Party (German: Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei), is an 1848 political document by German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.

The Communist Manifesto, originally the Manifesto of the Communist Party (German: Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei), is an 1848 political document by German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Commissioned by the Communist League and originally published in London just as the Revolutions of 1848 began to erupt, the Manifesto was later recognised as one of the world's most influential political documents.

The Communist Manifesto is an interesting book with some profound insights. The Manifesto is a great introduction to the technological view of history, which is what Marx's historical materialism is based on. For Marx, the improvement of technology and the increase in productivity is what will ultimately cause the separation of society into only two classes: proletarians and bourgeoisie

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels June 24, 1872, London.

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels June 24, 1872, London.

The contents of the revolutionary book by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, circa 1848. III: Socialist and Communist Literature (Critical-Utopian Socialism and Communism). IV: Position of the Communists in Relation to the Various Existing Opposition Parties. I'm publishing this as a guide in case you were curious about the Soviet Union and its primary ideology of communi.

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Updated: Jul 27, 2019. Original: Feb 9, 2010. Month Day. February 21. Karl Marx publishes Communist Manifesto. On February 21, 1848, The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx with the assistance of Friedrich Engels, is published in London by a group of German-born revolutionary socialists known as the Communist League.

Communist Manifesto (Prologue). Featuring Friedrich Engels . Album Communist Manifesto. This would be revisted by Jacques Derrida in his 1993 book Specters of Marx (Full title: Spectres de Marx: l'état de la dette, le travail du deuil et la nouvelle Internationale, Specters of Marx: The State of the Debt, the Work of Mourning & the New International).

The "Manifesto" was published as the platform of the "Communist League," a workingmen's association, first exclusively . Thus the Prussian police hunted out the Central Board of the Communist League, then located in Cologne.

The "Manifesto" was published as the platform of the "Communist League," a workingmen's association, first exclusively German, later on international, and, under the political conditions of the Continent before 1848, unavoidably a secret society. At a Congress of the League, held in London in November, 1847, Marx and Engels were commissioned to prepare for publication a complete theoretical and practical party programme. The members were arrested, and, after eighteen months' imprisonment, they were tried in October, 1852.

Over 150 years after its publication, Marx and Engels' Communist Manifesto continues to inspire and provoke students, activists and citizens. The principles embodied within in it lie at the heart of thousands of academic and literary works. After reading this book, it is impossible to remain convinced that there is no alternative to unrestrained neoliberalism

"The Communist Manifesto" is the classic work of economics that initiated one of the greatest movements of political change that the world has ever seen. The writings of Karl Marx brilliantly expose the vast divide between the elite ruling class and the working class that has existed throughout history. At the time "The Communist Manifesto" was first published it was intended to serve as a publication to help unite the working class and to form a communist party based on the philosophies of communism. To that aim it was very successful and helped to unleash a wave of sweeping political change.
Reviews (7)
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.

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.

If politics, economy or life in general interest you - this is a must.

Well, this literature has opened my eyes a bit toward Communists. I still am not a Communist if that's what you are wondering.

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.

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!

Very interesting! Communism jokes aren't funny unless everyone gets it, but this sure motivated me to seize the means of production!

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