Penguin Books, 1963, Softcover, Book Condition: Good, Reprint
preface by author, introduction: Karl Marx and Marxist Economics by Harry Schwartz, sources and index. Photographic card cover with black and white colour title to the front panel and backstrip. Reading Karl Marx's theories is a daunting prospect, for as the editor has stated on the rear panel, that reading Marx is " ... forbidding in volume and turgid in prose. This condensed version enables the ordinary reader, for the first time, to make an impartial and intelligence study of Marx's economic theories and his critique of capitalism. It is a systematic compilation of extracts which are drawn from all of his publications and presented in a logical order with brief summaries of the argument." Minor rubbing to the book corners, edges and panels. Browning of the textblock edges and of the pages. Previous owners name to the top right-hand corner of the half title page and there is a notation, in black coloured ink, on the title page. Size: 12mo (standard paperback). 251, pages,. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: philosophy; Economics. Inventory No: 0116216.