Radical Manifestos

Alexandra Care, Megan Fitzgibbons, A.S. Popowich, Jana Sheardown, Jennifer Walker


Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels. The Manifesto of the Communist Party. New York: Signet, 1998. This is the one that started it all, and the work that made Marx and Engels famous. Written hastily for the International Workingmen’s Association on the eve of the 1848 revolutions, the Communist Manifesto provides an eloquent denunciation of capitalism, a concise introduction to Marx’s theory of social change, and a stirring call to arms to the international proletariat. Quote at parties: “A spectre is haunting Europe”, “Workers of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains.”


radicalism; dystopia; fiction; young adults; resources

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