The Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx

The Communist Manifesto

By Karl Marx

  • Release Date: 1848-01-01
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
Score: 4
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Description

It has since been recognized as one of the world's most influential political manuscripts. Commissioned by the Communist League, it laid out the League's purposes and program. It presents an analytical approach to the class struggle (historical and present) and the problems of capitalism, rather than a prediction of communism's potential future forms.

Reviews

  • This is best thing

    5
    By Jasonblades145
    And it’s free
  • Communism

    5
    By Anonononamouse
    Screw capitalism
  • Communism

    5
    By Timmy J. Jr. Ph.D
    This document is surprisingly relevant in today’s world, and is a necessary read for anyone trying to UNDERSTAND socialism, communism or the basis of Marxist and or neo-Marxist Philosophy.
  • Reject Marxism

    1
    By Penis4S
    Karl Marx’s theories are straight failures. Communism and socialism are immoral at all levels. This book shouldn’t be number one but it’s not surprising consider it’s pure mind poison spread through the university system. If you’re reading this, PLEASE, but extremely critical and know that this is being taught through the university systems like it’s basic mathematics. Reject Marxism.
  • Don’t put me in the gulag but...

    4
    By Gage.Blockhead
    I took a star off because 🇺🇸💵👌
  • Nope

    1
    By Adverage Republican
    After reading this my view of communism never changed this sucked bombed and communism will never prevail
  • Blyataful

    5
    By Derpyturtle113
    A wonderful manifesto to read, not for fun but to learn the true meaning behind communism. A truly byatiful book.
  • No wonder communistic/socialist governments fail

    1
    By Nomorestress7
    It is a pity that so many people blindly quote Karl Marx without actually reading his manifesto. They sound like fools quoting him as if they are on some high horse when they would never give up all that they have to live the life Marx actually envisioned. Do the Marxist sheep not stop to think about why more people leave communistic/socialist countries to live and work in capitalist countries rather than the other way around? Be objective. Study economics, study history and look at what is going on in the world today. Study the economies of Russia, China, Venezuela and many communistic/socialistic governments gone by. Notice the quality of life their citizens have. If conducting ones own research is too difficult (because apparently reading a short 118 page manifesto was for some), realize that the US Government spends more on healthcare per citizen than all but one socialist countries that provide “free” healthcare, and we US citizens pay far less in taxes and have much more opportunity to improve quality of life. However, if you are fine with a far less than the “top 3%” of people controlling all land, all property, all manufacturing, and losing your personal identity, inalienable rights, family structure, and incentive to improve your world, then continue supporting such an ideology. I have no problem with living in a country with a thriving middle class where one can truly attain the quality of life they desire if they decide to earn it. The notion of not giving any more or less effort to live a mediocre life and expecting everyone else to live in mediocrity because you choose to is ridiculous. Why on earth would anyone want to give up complete control of their lives to a governing body? What is hilarious is the same people who quote Marx tend to be the same ones who are paranoid about one world government...the exact thing Marx endorsed in this manifesto. Read, folks. Verify facts. Base belief upon those verifiable facts and not what you just read in the social media comments or what is popular belief. Be objective.
  • Clear and direct

    5
    By steelhammr
    Class struggle is explained clearly. The authors describe the perspectives through which human beings organize themselves. Social relationships are explored and the contradictions and principles of building a mature society are developed. The precepts of scientific socialism are defined in the context of a direct examination of human history. The book reads quite simply and is accessible to all with a curiosity for the logic of rational thought and politics. In spite of its age (circa 1848) its principles find organic application in our present world environment.
  • Not my review but our review

    5
    By the_winter_stopped_the_Germans
    This book made me want to take over a poor East Asian country purifier it from those capitalist pigs