If you want to learn something else about Marxism, here you have some more information:
- You can start reading the following post I wrote last year. It includes information about dialectical materialism, class struggle, Marx´s conclusions about private property and how it alienates people and his opinion about women´s submission and need for emancipation:
- On the following link you can read the book Marx for beginners, written by a Mexican cartoonist called Rius in 1972. Rius used cartoons to explain the main ideas of Marxism, making them easier to understand:
If some of you is interested in reading this book in Spanish, I can lend it to you.
- This is another link from the Marxists Internet Archive, which includes different websites to start reading some Marx´s selected texts:
- This is a video I´ve found, made by a high school student, which explains in a very simple way some concepts developed by Marx and Engels, like the surplus concept and how extreme differences of wealth lead to impoverishment and cyclical crises in capitalism. This student based her video on Sophia´s World (El Mundo de Sofía), a book of Philosophy for teenagers. She made a really good work and you can draw inspiration from her work to do your projects:
And finally, this is a Marx´s quote about the oppressed and the oppressors and their role in society: