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The Socialist Starter Bundle is designed for those who are new to Marxism and are looking for a set of writings that will introduce them to the basic concepts and ideas of socialism. It is also a good choice for those who want to add classic works of Marxism to their library. Learn More
The Critique of the Gotha Program contains the text of a letter written by Karl Marx in 1875 to his supporters in Germany, the Eisenach faction of the social democratic movement, which was soon to merge with the supporters of Ferdinand Lasalle. Learn More
This set contains essential writings by Karl Marx on economics, as well as an essay by noted Soviet economist E.A. Preobrazhensky on the problem of socialist construction in the USSR. The titles included are: "Capital, Vo1. 1 Ch. 1"; "Grundrisse: Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy" (unabridged); "Forms of Value"; and "From NEP to Socialism". Learn More
Frederick Engels wrote this book in 1884 basing his analysis on notes left behind by Marx on the work of American anthropologist Lewis Henry Morgan. Engels added his own material from his own research on the ancient societies of the Greeks, Romans, Celts and Germans.
This small book compactly outlines the economic, historical and philosophical teachings of marxism. It originally formed part of a larger volume, "Anti_Dühring", written by Engels, Marx's closest collaborator, as a reply to an attack on their views by a German professor. Learn More