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Karl Marx - The Communist Manifesto (pdf, epub, mobi) - roflcopter2110

Marx and Engels's revolutionary summons to the working classes, The Communist Manifesto is one of the most important political theories ever formulated. After four years of collaboration, they produced an incisive account of their idea of Communism, in which they envisage a society without classes, private property or a state, arguing that the exploitation of industrial workers will eventually lead to a revolution in which Capitalism is overthrown. This vision provided the theoretical basis of political systems in Russia, China, Cuba and Eastern Europe, affecting the lives of millions. The Communist Manifesto still remains a landmark text: a work that continues to influence and provoke debate on capitalism and class.

Gareth Stedman Jones's extensive and scholarly introduction provides an unique assessment of the place of The Communist Manifesto in history, and its continuing relevance as a depiction of global capitalism. This edition reproduces Samuel Moore's translation of 1888 and contains a guide to further reading, notes and an index.

Karl Marx (1818-1883) was born in Trier, Germany and studied law at Bonn and Berlin. He settled in London, where he studied economics and wrote the first volume of his major work, Das Kapital (1867, with two further volumes in 1884 and 1894). He is buried in Highgate Cemetery, London.

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I can already see the comments coming, so I will go ahead and say this: No I do not support this bastard his work is responsible for the deaths of millions of people.. This is just to help us get ready for the revolution, to better understand who we are up against. Those that follow my uploads should be well aware by now that I would not support this garbage in a million years..

roflcopter2110 wrote:

I can already see the comments coming

No need to worry about that around here. Most of us here see ConCen as a library; it is assumed that uploaders are doing so not as advocates but as archivists.