Every wage slave should read this book! Paul Lafargue (1842-1912), Karl Marx's flamboyant Cuban born son-in-law, wrote this essay for a workers' paper in 1880, and revised it for book publication while he was a political prisoner in France three years later. At once a masterpiece of critical theory and of rip-roaring radical humor, Lafargue's militant defense of the proletariat's right to laziness is directed not only against the so-called 'right to work' but against the entire slaveholders' ideology known as the 'work ...

The Right to Be Lazy 1989, Charles Kerr

ISBN-13: 9780882861821

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