Marx and Trorsky

Wed Jun 19 08:45:12 PDT 2002

I did read throught the the Communist Manifesto and
was rather disapointed. It read like what it was, a
very brief, rushed attempt to document an ideology. It
seemed poorly argued, the conclusion rushed, and not
well supported.


--- Steve Simmons <scs at di.org> wrote:
> Steven Brust wrote:
> > [ . . . tasty quotes from Trotsky elided . . . ]
> OK, you've almost convinced me to try again.  (For
> the record, I tried
> to read The Communist Manifesto in high school and
> gave it up for reasons
> I no longer clearly recall -- and did the same with
> Ayn Rand.)  Is there
> a single volume that you think best presents
> Trotsky's case and the
> differences from Marx/Engels/whoever?
> -- 
>    "Every time I see [name deleted], I get the urge
> to drop my pants
> and water him.  I'm hoping he'll either grow up or
> take the hint."
>      -me

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