Always wanted to read the Communist Manifesto and was expecting a 19th century dated document with not much relevance today. Instead a very thought provoking article about the dangers of multi-national corporations destroying the livelihood of the corner store.
Let's be honest: as an economic, or historic, or sociological, or philosophical work, this book is trash and its ideas are worthless. Those who praise the book are morally disgusting and wretched people, lower than Nazis or genocidal Mongol hordes. However, as a means of population control, the Communist Manifesto has been an unparalleled success. It'd be too kind to Marx to claim that he was really a genius Malthusian in disguise, but perhaps there are modern day Marxists who really are just cynical Malthusians who want billions of people to drop dead. I don't believe in freedom of speech, and this book should not be freely available. Self-identifying Marxists should be executed. However, until such a righteous regime comes to power and rids the world of the Red Filth, this review will have to suffice.