Marx's Capital Illustrated : An Illustrated Introduction
Overview - Imagine Karl Marx as a cartoonist, ready to set the record straight about his much maligned classic, Das Kapital . Impossibly difficult? Not in the least. Hopelessly outdated? Far from it. Though first published in 1867, Capital remains keenly relevant. Read more...
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Imagine Karl Marx as a cartoonist, ready to set the record straight about his much maligned classic, Das Kapital. Impossibly difficult? Not in the least. Hopelessly outdated? Far from it. Though first published in 1867, Capital remains keenly relevant. Society continues to run on investment and profit, labor and technology. And predictions that once might have seemed rash--global economic crisis, societies nearing bankruptcy--are now simply facts. Capital remains the fullest attempt to explain these facts, and Marx's Capital Illustrated brings this attempt to vibrant life, proceeding all the way from the ABCs to the pertinence of Marx's theory of crisis for today's global woes. Fresh, funny, and copiously illustrated, this book is for everyone who wants better insight into Capital and capitalism. Readers of Marx, unite You have found your starting point.
- ISBN-13: 9781608462667
- ISBN-10: 1608462668
- Publisher: Haymarket Books
- Publish Date: July 2014
- Page Count: 211
- Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.3 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.57 pounds
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