Moscow and Leningrad: Co-operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the U.S.S.R., 1933. First Edition. A well-written biography of Marx from a Soviet standpoint, emphasizing his sympathy for the working class. There's also an historical overview of the exploitation of workers, along with an analysis of Marxism in practice. The author says some so-called Marxists are nothing of the sort; he particularly singles out social democrats. Not surprisingly, it's the Soviet Union that's carrying out real Marxism. SCARCE. Item #1498
Small 8vo (7 1/2 inches / 190 mm tall), 84,  pages in wrappers. Moderate soiling to wrappers, spine a bit ragged, general handling wear. Pages toned but clean and unmarked. A Very Good copy.