The Communist Manifesto

The Communist Manifesto Summary

It has since been recognized as one of the world's most influential political manuscripts. Commissioned by the Communist League, it laid out the League's purposes and program. It presents an analytical approach to the class struggle (historical and present) and the problems of capitalism, rather than a prediction of communism's potential future forms.

Book Reviews


communism5 star

the motherland will be reestablished soon thanks to Karl55


Beautiful5 star

Bruh it’s communism.55

Very niceeee! :)

Good5 star

An apt look into capitalism from the 1800s .55


Well made5 star

Props to the people that produced this IBook. Not gonna argue about communism and capitalism, but this is an excellent pick up for those wanting to read it themselves.55

Tucker S Showkeir

This should be standard literature in American schools.5 star

The Manifesto of the Communist Party is the answer to all questions and misconceptions about communism. Except for maybe “Do I still get to keep my iPhone?” The answer is yes. It just won’t be made because the worker has to in order to pay rent. It will be made because somebody loves to make them and others need to use them. ☭55

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Must-read for any lovers of history!5 star

It is one thing to learn about Communism and Socialism in school, it is another to watch videos on the lives of Joseph Stalin and Mao, but it is quite insightful to read the Communist Manifesto itself.55


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Trash ideas1 star

I can’t believe there’s still brainwashed people who believe this guy fr15


The difference between communism and socialism5 star

Communism is a dictatorship that owns everything watches its people. Communism also favored a violent overthrowing of the government. Socialism favored a peaceful integration of government and industry and social services. They wanted a 50/50 half government owned industry and half private businesses. That later turned into social democracy such as in scandinavia.55


A decent and quick read, but a little outdated.3 star

I was always curious about the values of Communism, but never really understood them, or understood why they were taking such a big hold on the younger generation. I decided to read through the “Communist Manifesto,” arguably the most famous work by the founder of the ideology, Karl Marx. After finishing the book, I now understand the values of a Communist, and what they truly stand for. There are some parts of it that I agree with, and disagree with. Some of Marx’s ideas are a little outdated, and either would not work in the modern setting, or have already been implemented in the modern setting. Overall, I would say that it is worth a read if you want to understand the core values of what it means to be a Communist.35

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