Revolution and War

Revolution and War

Revolution and War For the true bibliophile and design savvy book lover here is the next set of Penguin s celebrated Great Ideas series by some of history s most innovative thinkers Acclaimed for their striking and ele

  • Title: Revolution and War
  • Author: Karl Marx
  • ISBN: 9780141043913
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • For the true bibliophile and design savvy book lover, here is the next set of Penguin s celebrated Great Ideas series by some of history s most innovative thinkers Acclaimed for their striking and elegant package, each volume features a unique type driven design that highlights the bookmaker s art Offering great literature and great design at great prices, this series isFor the true bibliophile and design savvy book lover, here is the next set of Penguin s celebrated Great Ideas series by some of history s most innovative thinkers Acclaimed for their striking and elegant package, each volume features a unique type driven design that highlights the bookmaker s art Offering great literature and great design at great prices, this series is ideal for readers who want to explore and savor the Great Ideas that have shaped our world.

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    Revolution in China and in EuropeThe British Rule in IndiaChartismThe Greek InsurrectionThe English Middle ClassDeclaration of War = On the History of the Eastern QuestionRevolution in Spain - BomarsundPrussiaRevolution in Spain [I]Revolution in Spain [II]On Italian Unity The North American Civil WarThe News and Its Effect in LondonProgress of Feeling in EnglandEnglish Public Opinion

    Being in Charleston, SC at the moment, I enjoyed his perspective of the American Civil War. I agree with some of his points, but disagree with others. For example I think his arguments about soil exhaustion would not have been accurate. I agree with his arguments that the Civil War was most definitely about Slavery more than state rights and tariffs. The essay on Revolution in China was interesting for me to read too since I recently read The Good Earth.

    This book is a collection of articles by Marx. They aren't particularly the most relevant of pieces in Marxist theory as they are very polemical and situational. Many readers may not understand the context behind the events which would add further difficulty to reading them. They are however still partly relevant in viewing how the current balance of power in the west came about and how it used imperialism to establish itself.

    Odd collection of Marx's journalism, only obliquely referencing his theories (which is perhaps not that surprising for something around the 100 page mark). Maybe interesting for fans of the period, but not the strongest of the GI series.

    Marx writes about several revolutions throughout history ranging the world from India to Greece to Spain to the United States. He discusses the political ramifications. It is biased toward Karl Marx's beliefs.

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