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Marxism in Plain and Simple English: The Theory of Marxism in a Way Anyone Can Understand [NOOK Book]

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Few other ideologies have effected the world quite like Marxism. On the surface it is a good idea paved with good intentions--so what happened? How did Marxism turn into Communism? To understand that, you may need a little help. This book offers a look at Marxism that the average person can understand.

If you are new to political history or just want a better understand, ...
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Marxism in Plain and Simple English: The Theory of Marxism in a Way Anyone Can Understand

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Overview

Few other ideologies have effected the world quite like Marxism. On the surface it is a good idea paved with good intentions--so what happened? How did Marxism turn into Communism? To understand that, you may need a little help. This book offers a look at Marxism that the average person can understand.

If you are new to political history or just want a better understand, then this book will help you!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013506657
  • Publisher: Golgotha Press
  • Publication date: 11/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 65 KB

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  • Posted January 13, 2012

    A waste of money

    Don't bother.

    The author's political agenda stopped him or her from telling the story straight.

    I deleted it off my Nook.

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  • Posted December 28, 2011

    Irked by a ridiculous research error.

    I will admit first and foremost that I have only read the sample version of this book. However, the research quality of what I was able to read turned me off to this book in a hurry. For a specific example, the section that discusses Marx's early life says, "His parents eventually converted from Judaism to Lutheranism to escape the antisemitism of the Nazis." Earlier, the book tells us that Marx was born in 1818. A cursory search on the internet dates the Nazi party's beginnings to 1920 and it did not actually gain power until 1933. Marx would have been 115 years old, and his parents much older, to have been affected by Nazi exclusion. Such a glaring flaw in research puts in doubt the rest of the research done in this book and makes me seriously doubt the author's credibility.

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