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Communist Manifesto

Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Penguin Random House

The Communist Manifesto changed the face of the twentieth century beyond recognition, inspiring millions to revolution, forming the basis of political systems that still dominate countless lives and continuing to ignite violent debate about class and capitalism today.

Part of Penguin’s Great Ideas series.

Softcover, b/w.

  1. Communist Manifesto

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