This new Che Guevara book makes an insightful contribution to the revival of interest in Marxism.
Commenting on Marx's humanism, Che writes: "Such a humane man, whose capacity for affection extended to all those suffering throughout the world, offering a message of committed struggle and indomitable optimism, has been distorted by history and turned into a stone idol."
A thoughtful and provocative introduction to the lives and work of Marx and Engels by a famous revolutionary practitioner of Marxism, this book includes Che's recommended reading list of essential Marxist classics, making it a popular choice for students and political activists.
|Paperback Book, 79 pages||English|
|Ocean Press (AU) (Jun. 1st, 2008)||Unknown|
|9781920888923||5.23 x 7.74 x 0.26 inches|