This week’s book is a translation of some essays by Paul Lafargue, whose work prompted Karl Marx to write to a friend, “I am not a Marxist”. Lafargue was also Marx’s son-in-law, and the essay “The Right to be Lazy” is probably the work he is best known for today. If you want any of the small number of copies available, let me know that you have made a minimum $10 donation to West Coast Leaf. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll work out a way for you to pick up your book.
Softcover, 4.25×7″, 124 pages.