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"What?! Try to summarize Marx? That's not only a sacrilege (as most 'Academic' Marxists will say), but a complete waste of time—because comrade Karl is supposed to be completely beyond the range of simple minds," (Preface, p. 7).

"Marx never had a steady income or a permanent job or a bank account...But what he couldn't earn for his own family, he won for millions of others through his writing..." (p. 30).

"Marx's works are considered the working class Bible. Yet it's odd how very few workers understand what he's written. Most of what he wrote is abstract, as difficult as mathematics, but it did change the world..." (p. 34).

"Philosophy had become a straightjacket of jargon and muddles, impossible to make out heads or tails. Marx set himself the job of unraveling this cat's-cradle and begin making philosophy into an exact science, with less fuzzy suppositions, and so...

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