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  • Karl Marx: Das Kapital | David Ramsay Steele

    Karl Marx: Das Kapital

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 55 mins)
    • By David Ramsay Steele
    • Narrated By Louis Rukeyser
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    In his monumental work, Das Kapital, Karl Marx (1818-1883) tried to show that capitalism was both inefficient and immoral. His key to explaining capitalism is his labor theory of value, which he developed from ideas of Adam Smith and David Ricardo.

    Jeff says: "Should Rename As Das Kapital Cliffnotes Unabridged"
  • Atheism Explained: From Folly to Philosophy | David Ramsay Steele

    Atheism Explained: From Folly to Philosophy

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By David Ramsay Steele
    • Narrated By Keith Sellon-Wright
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    Atheism Explained explores the claims made both for and against the existence of God. On the pro side: that the wonders of the world can only be explained by an intelligent creator; that the universe had to start somewhere; telepathy, out-of-body experiences, and other paranormal phenomena demonstrate the existence of a spirit world; and that those who experience God directly provide evidence as real as any physical finding.

  • Silent Gesture: The Autobiography of Tommie Smith (Sporting) | Tommie Smith,Delois Smith,David Steele

    Silent Gesture: The Autobiography of Tommie Smith (Sporting)

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Tommie Smith, Delois Smith, David Steele
    • Narrated By Derrick Hardin
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    At the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith came in first in the 200-meter dash. As they received their medals, he and bronze winner John Carlos each raised a black-gloved fist, creating an indelible image of courage and protest that still resonates 40 years later. In this, his autobiography, Smith fills out the story of that moment - how it came to be and where it led him, and paints a vivid picture of the long, painful backlash that came with his fame, and his fate, all of which was rapped up in his "silent gesture".

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