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Das Kapital – Karl Marx

While yesterday I started reading this book with much expectations. But it never failed to impress me with social ideas. Das Kapital book written by Karl marx a socialist along with Levitsky and Engels. The first edition of the book was not pretty good. The ideologies are not well explained. Sooner or later Levitsky and Engels charged the book with the good written book.

They explained the every ideas of the book in the narration manner. He explains the economy and human power with ethics, law and political. He carefully studies the capitalism, social economy and its driving human force. He classified the classes as labors, wage labors and owners. Marx immediately shed the light of social classification between men and women in work.

He didn’t came into the immediate conclusion on social classification but on social economy. The thriving power of any government will be a social economy. This power could be claimed upon the policies, rules and regulations and labor laws in their country. Also, capitalist sees the recession and depression as their weapon against these laws and philosophies. These are well explained in Communist Manifesto.

Marx done a complete analysis of political economy and become a critique of legacy laws. He saw the buyer/consumer needs to consume the skill/work to the materials/end products. This made different perception and provided new perspective for capitalists. He given the idea of including the labor charges for the finished product. He also gone against to the bonded labor where the people paid off and had a contract to work for years and their treatment provided by their masters. He also prescribed that owner and labor should have the clear contract, expectations and remunerations.

Marx acknowledged that Russia provided much value towards this book. Russia read this book and given much value to Das Kapital. Even though Karl Marx is German his ideologies are accepted by German people on economic crisis at 2008-2009. It become high demand on those times.

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