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Karl Marx: A Reading List

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To celebrate the bicentenary of Karl Marx’s birthday this month, we present a Marx reading list for general readers, scholars, and students interested in Marxism, German Philosophy, and the history of social and political thoughts, including Karl Marx’s classics texts. Although Marx was born in the early nineteenth century, his theories and critique of capitalist bourgeois society remain dynamic and relevant for 21st century for their insights into politics and the problem of capitalism. The many reinterpretations of Marx are a testament to his enduring appeal and the originality of his ideas and vision. Capital: An Abridged Edition, by Karl Marx. Edited with an introduction by David McLellan Capital combines vivid historical detail with a bitter denunciation of mid-Victorian capitalist society. It remains the most influential work in social science in the twentieth century. The Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Edited with an introduction and notes by David. . .

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