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LAFARGUE, Paul. The Right to Be Lazy : Essays by Paul Lafargue

jeudi 5 mai 2011, par ps

Paul LaFargue, Bernard Marszalek (Editor), and Kari Lydersen (Foreword by) . AK Press / Charles H. Kerr, 2011. ISBN : 9781849350860

At once a masterpiece of critical theory and rip-roaring radical humor, this is one of the most spirited attacks on the notion of the "work ethic" ever to be published ! Featuring a revised edition of the original English translation by Charles Hope Kerr, this collection also includes four of Paul Lafargue’s lesser-known critique (including the "Cathecism for Investors"), as well as a biographical sketch by longtime Wobbly organizer Fred Thompson, a new introduction by Bay Area print activist Bernard Marszalek. Released in collaboration with Kerr Company to celebrate their 125th anniversary year, and including a tribute to Kerr by labor journalist Kari Lydersen.

Paul Lafargue (1842–1911) was a Cuban-born socialist revolutionary, perhaps most well-known as the charismatic son-in-law of Karl Marx.