Das Kapital: A Critique of Political Economy, Volume 1

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Regnery Publishing, Jul 1, 1996 - Political Science - 356 pages
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Serge Levitsky presents a new revised version of Karl Marx's masterpiece, Das Kapital, carefully retranslated for the modern reader and abridged to emphasize the political and philosophical core of Marx's work, while trimming away much that is now unimportant.

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How could one give a star-rating to Das Kapital? It stands, with Marx's canon, as one of the most influential books in history, perhaps rivaling only some religious texts. With three stars, I think I ... Read full review

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Marx and Egles Das Kapital should be taught at high school as a cautionary tale for its FAILURE as an ideological guide to poverty, deprivation and mass social failure (see the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 and the ensuing 70 years of USSR social and economic failures which ultimately yielded a failed state, after following Das Kaopital guidelines.
For property ownership to disappear, the human mind has to be altered into collectivism first.
To change the human mind into collectivism, one must collectively chain humans into slavery and en mass deprivation first. The grounds for acceptance (of any ideology that feeds their stomachs) will then be easier to implement....until their stomachs are no longer hungry, when collectivism fails....and the cycle repeats.
Das Kapital enforces manufactured poverty.

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