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Marx, an introduction by W. A. Suchting

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Published by Wheatsheaf Books in Brighton, Sussex .
Written in English

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  • Marx, Karl, -- 1818-1883.

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StatementW.A. Suchting.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 242 p. ;
Number of Pages242
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16567014M
ISBN 100871902978, 0710802977

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  I find it a very useful introduction: succinct and sophisticated."- Professor Diana Coole, University of California, Irvine "[An] excellent brief presentation of Marx and his teachings, written with clarity and conciseness; up-to-date in its sources, dispassionate in its approach to [Marx] and balanced in its assessment."-Brand: Oxford University Press. The best books on Marx and Marxism Alienation was useful in gathering in religious people and philosophers, and providing an introduction to what became known as ‘the humanistic Marx.’ David McLellan didn’t invent the humanistic Marx, but he popularised it for an Anglophone audience by writing a book every year. Very few people. added yet another book to the already abundant literature on Marx and Marxism. For biographical details of Marx’s life, I am especially indebted to David McLellan’s fine work, Karl Marx: His Life and Thought (Macmillan, London, ). My view of Marx’s conception of history was affected by.   Expressing Marx's sometimes complex ideas in simple terms, and backed up with references to his own texts, this book gives you everything you need to know. Marx: A Complete Introduction includes: Chapter 1: Marx's early life Europe at the time of Marx The early life of Marx University life Life as a journalist The Communist Manifesto ExileBrand: Mobius.

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