I finished the last book of my 50 Book Challenge yesterday at work! My roundup of all the books I read this year, which were my favorite, and stats for that will be up later today or possibly tomorrow. The rest of my year reviews will be up over the next few days so I guess get excited for this!
The Communist Manifesto
By Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
You've probably heard of The Communist Manifesto before, I'm pretty sure most people have. It's kind of famous and stuff, not to mention Marx is taught in most intro level Sociology classes, and communist is kind of one of those words that just pop out at you.
Anyway, the basic idea Marx conveys is that everything is based on class struggle. Proliterians vs the burgois. Working class vs the owners of the production.
It was a pretty short book, only 40% of this edition was the manifesto, the rest was an introduction and different prefaces of the manifesto from different places and times because it's been published a lot.
Have you read this book? What do you think about it? What are you currently reading?