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After seeing posts for George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four and Robert Tressell's The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists (two of my all-time favourite books btw), I thought I'd post a deal for The Communist Manifest for some light bedtime reading for people when they've finished reading the two books mentioned above.

The paperback can be bought for £1.25 delivered.
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#1
Click here to buy the Paperback version for £1.25 delivered.
#2
thank you comrade hahahahaa :p
#3
Nice! Excellent read of course, for anyone interested in social politics
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windhoek
Click here to buy the Paperback version for £1.25 delivered.

Buy? Sounds like somebody is espousing property. Marx would not approve.
#5
This should be in freebies - it's always been free for Amazon Kindle - if this is a deal then I have hundreds more permanentky free Kindle deals to post - any of which would be a better read than this discredited philosophy, which, whilst appealing in theory, doesn't work in practice - and has caused more deaths in the last century than any other human inflicted tragedy. Mercifully there are only five countries remiaining that proclaim themselves to be communist - Cuba, China, Vietnam, Laos and North Korea - none of which are beacons of free speech or human rights.
#6
Ajibee
This should be in freebies - it's always been free for Amazon Kindle - if this is a deal then I have hundreds more permanentky free Kindle deals to post - any of which would be a better read than this discredited philosophy, which, whilst appealing in theory, doesn't work in practice - and has caused more deaths in the last century than any other human inflicted tragedy. Mercifully there are only five countries remiaining that proclaim themselves to be communist - Cuba, China, Vietnam, Laos and North Korea - none of which are beacons of free speech or human rights.

There has never been a Communist country, they just used the name.
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condracky
There has never been a Communist country, they just used the name.

Let's not beat about the bush - after so many failed attempts and all of them woeful by any measure, there will never be a Communist state.
suspended#8
Free speech and human rights are just tools to make us believe we are free
#9
fraazzz
Free speech and human rights are just tools to make us believe we are free


...so says Stalin, Mao, Castro, Kin Jong-un, etc. etc.

Keep drinking the Kool-aid comrade.

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