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Marx’s Capital in One Day







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If you want to read Marx’s Capital, or you’re reading it, or you’ve read it and want to talk, then this is for you. Marx’s masterwork, in just one day.

We know it can’t be done, but we’re going to have a go anyway, so join us for an overview of Marx’s famous critique of the world we live in.

We’ll start with a summary of Capital in One Hour. Then we’ll dive into key themes across Capital’s three volumes. The Commodity. Money. Work. Crisis. In between you’ll get Capital in 10 minutes. And one minute. Then we’ll finish with a look at Capital Tomorrow.

Right now you’re thinking you’d love to come, but it sounds like hard labour and you haven’t got time. So remember: “the measure of wealth is disposable time.” Free up a day and don’t miss it.


Richard Brenner. Wrote ‘The Credit Crunch, A Marxist Analysis
Joy Mac. A banking and finance journalist.
Peter Main. Wrote ‘From Mao to the Market‘.
Kady Tait. Writes for Fifth International journal.
Jeremy Dewar. Edits Workers Power newspaper.
Rebecca Armatrading. Works in civil service.
Mike Blackwell. Works in health service.
Chris Close. Works in the care system.
Danny Jennings. Works in retail.
Matt Hale. Has done agency factory work, and teaching.
Sam Smith. Works in software engineering.
Michael Roberts. Wrote ‘The Great Recession‘.
Dave Stockton. Edits Fifth International journal.
Markus Lehner. Wrote ‘Marx, Money and the Modern World

Hosted by Workers Power.

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