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New Look at an Old Classic – The Communist Manifesto — 20 Comments

  1. I have never read this but will look to see if they have it at my local library!

  2. I love to read a book as an adult that I once read as a kid. Perspective def. changes!

  3. It will be interesting to see his take on it. I find it hard to be objective about the book because it got me a husband. I always enjoy learning what objective people think of it.

  4. I have not read this. I will be adding it to my list. Looks great.

  5. I believe I also read this back in high school… haven’t thought about this book in years. Ah, memories! Thanks for sharing!

  6. I have never heard of or read Communist Manifesto before. Definitely sounds like interesting array of articles!

  7. Ellen, you are absolutely correct. There are some books I have read dozens of times and I am always amazed at the difference time makes in what I think of the book, what it means and how I feel about the book.

  8. A thought provoking read, for sure.

  9. Not sure how I’ve never read the Communist Manifesto, but you’ve just moved it to the top of my reading list.

  10. Hmmmm I don’t remember reading it…Let me look for it and update myself LOL

  11. I can’t remember if I ever read this book. Must add to reading list for sure.

  12. Gosh, I haven’t read that in over 20 years. It would be pretty neat to do so again. Thank you!

  13. I have to admit- I have never read this one. I feel as if I should now.

  14. It is amazing to me how time and age can bring a certain depth to a subject. To sometimes help enhance to to radically change an opinion we once held.

  15. Never read it, but I might just have to… I think it might be something I would enjoy reading.

  16. How funny, my guy is actually reading this right now. He’s going back to college starting next week for political science and this is what they’re studying.

  17. I will add this to my reading list. I am planning on reading a few classics this year.

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