The Communist Manifesto

Karl Marx
Friedrich Engels
Samuel Moore (Transla

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This definitive edition of the Communist Manifesto, prepared for its 150th anniversary, includes a foreword by Marxist scholar Paul M. Sweezy, co-editor of Monthly Review, the full text of the Communist Manifesto, in a distinctive and pleasing hand-set typeface, the important catechism Principles of Communism, drafted by Engels in 1847 as a basis for the Manifesto, and \”The Communist Manifesto After 150 Years,\” a far-reaching interpretive essay by Ellen Meiksins Wood, co-editor of Monthly Review.

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ISBN – 9780140447576
Publisher – Penguin Books, Limited
Format – Paperback
Dimensions – 166mm X 166mm
Categories – Society and Equality

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