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A oldie but a goldie. Hard going in some places, but worth the effort. LSE has a multipart reading class covering Das Kapital on YouTube. Offers a new perspective on many of today's situations. With the on-going robot invasion, the Labor Theory of Value will have to be revised.
It's the original translation to english of Das Kapital, then the best option for those who don't speak german. Unfortunately there isn't a hard cover version of this edition, and as it is a very big book, would be perfet for the longevity of the product.
The content.. can be considered a masterpiece as has influenced so many works from both libertarians and socialists, and it's still debated today at schools. I think reading it is essential for anyone who intend to criticise it and/or have a difinite opinion about it.
Every page has a foot note which adds a lot of meaning. I couldn't believe that he did such a research on that age. Each chapter has support in a large empirical research. Also is a gem of literature, It is full of references to great writers, including to earlier classical economists such as Adam Smith, Ricardo and Malthus who was severely criticized by Marx from a scholarly point of view. It's a must for those who like sociological or economic issues. It is also a required reading for anyone wishing to understand the genesis of poverty.