By Leon Trotsky
The Living Thoughts Library presents the work of some of the greatest minds has ever known. Thinkers, philosophers and other intellectuals are all profiled along with their major works.
This book focuses on Karl Marx's Das Capital that was first published in 1867. No other school of thought has influenced the history and order of the world as Marxism has over the past one century.
This book on Marx can justly be described in the words of Leon Trotsky himself: 'This book compactly sets forth the fundamentals of Marx's economic teaching in Marx's own words After all, no one has yet been able to expound the labour theory of value better than Marx himself.'
About the Author: Leon Trotsky (1879) (pseud. Lev Davidovich Bronstein) At Nineteen he was sent to Siberia for belonging to a Marxist group. He escaped and befriended Lenin whom he helped organize the 1917 Russian Revolution.
After Lenin’s death in 1924, Stalin and Trotsky were the power ended with Trotsky being imprisoned and then exiled from Russia in 1929. he was murdered in Mexico, in 1949, at Stalin’s instigation. Trotsky believed in world revolution, and was an uncompromising, if liberal, idealist.
Author: Leon Trotsky
Size: 19.8cmX 12.9cm
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