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Good. No dust jacket as issued. Highlighting/underlining. Top page block evenly darkened. Minor soiling. Tight. Square. Red pencil underlinings. 497 p. 19 cm. 4x7in. Orange, cream, gold paper covers; cream & black titles. Anthology of non-fiction works on economics, politics, society, and philosophy establishing foundation for Communism. Marx, b.1818 in Germany, became a journalist and was considered a radical Hegelian. Within 2 years his newspaper was suppressed in Germany. In 1844, he met Engels in Paris, the center of the socialist movement. Engels, also German, was the son of a wealthy textile manufacturer, and had worked in a factory. Together they wrote The Communist Manifesto at the request of the German workers' club. This collection includes their major works, and commentary on events of the era, as well as letters.
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