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Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall Octavo 9781408702871 Hardback Hardback. How to Change the World. and Marxism. Tiny tear to top corner of D/J. Slight shelf wear to top edge of D/J. In the century and a half since Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto was published, the doctrine that bears his name has been embraced by millions in the name of equality, and just as dramatically has falled from grace with the retreat of communism from the Western world. But as the free market reaches its extreme limits in the fallout of what has been seen as a catastrophic retreat from regulation, a reassessment of capitalism's most vigorous and eloquent enemy has never been more timely. The authopr provides a fascinating and insightful overview of Marxism. He investigates its influences, as widely varied as the Quaker movement and Machiavelli, and its origins in the French revolution and German philosophy. He examines Marxist thinkers and key texts, from Engels' Condition of the Working Class to Gramsci's Prison Notebooks to the Communist Manifesto itself, and anaylises the spectacular reversal of Marxism's fortunes over the past thirty years. Brilliant, incisive, energetic and wide-ranging, this book leaves us in no doubt that Karl Marx is as much a thinker for our century as he was for the preceding two. 470 pp. We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions, Reference books, and all types of Academic Literature.
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