With exception to the antiquated language of the original document, the analysis of the enslavement of Europe and the world by Rome as sovereign and then as the bourgeoisie in the original Manifesto of the Communist Party, is as relevant today as it was at the time it was written. This reworking of Marx's original text makes light reading of a presumed heavy subject and simplifies modern politics.
The Wealth of Nations explains financial productivity (and barriers) for individuals, companies and nations, using clear descriptions and classical examples. It has long been heralded as the conceptual building material for capitalism and the “free-trade” economy, and also as a key contributor to communist theory, via influence on Karl Marx. Revised for the needs of modern readers by Mr Shuffler
Mankind seeks the end to a human war of slavery, but there is only one Truth. The only way this war can be ended is through Truth, Love, Peace, Freedom, and Justice being known by all mankind. Through these secreted lessons of Jesus the Christ, we are proven to be one, and become free and equal to seek our own destiny and fruition of the divine laws of creation.