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Reading Marx's Capital with David Harvey » Blog Archive » Reading Marx’s Capital Vol 1 – Class 1, Introduction The page numbers Professor Harvey refers to are valid for both the Penguin Classics and Vintage Books editions of Capital. Listen now: Class 1 Files: Video MOV (308.9 MB) M4V (657.7 MB) | Audio MP3 (76.3 MB) OGG (72.7 MB). (To download on a PC right-click on an above file and click ‘Save as’ or ‘Download to’. Problems viewing or downloading files? These lectures were the inspiration for the book: A Companion to Marx’s Capital published by Verso in 2010. © 2012 David Harvey Reading Marx’s Capital by David Harvey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Go to Class 2, Chapters 1-2
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