150 years on: the relevance of Marx's Capital

We publish here two video talks by Rob Sewell, editor of Socialist Appeal and co-author of "Understanding Marx's Capital", both taken at the recent "Capital in a Day" event.

In the first talk, Rob introduces the day by discussing the importance and relevance of Marx's Das Kapital and what lessons it has for revolutionaries today, 150 years after it was first written.

In the second talk, Rob gives the closing remarks, discussing why capitalism is inherently crisis-ridden and why it needs to be overthrown.


150 years on: the relevance of Marx's Capital
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In these talks from the recent "Capital in a Day" event, Rob Sewell discusses the importance of Marx's economic ideas in this epoch of capitalist crisis.

We publish here two video talks by Rob Sewell, editor of Socialist Appeal and co-author of "Understanding Marx's Capital", both taken at the recent "Capital in a Day" event.

We publish here two video talks by Rob Sewell, editor of Socialist Appeal and co-author of "Understanding Marx's Capital", both taken at the recent "Capital in a Day" event.

In the first talk, Rob introduces the day by discussing the importance and relevance of Marx's Das Kapital and what lessons it has for revolutionaries today, 150 years after it was first written.

In the second talk, Rob gives the closing remarks, discussing why capitalism is inherently crisis-ridden and why it needs to be overthrown.


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