I have just published my first book! It basically explains the class struggle by analyzing the history and nature of the bourgeoisie. At just under a hundred pages, it is meant to be a quick and easy introduction to socialist ideas in a somewhat indirect way. I hope it can find its way into the hands of curious left-leaning proles who may benefit from it and find many of their questions answered about the nature of capitalist society. I also have a chapter including my own disconcerting but enlightening personal experiences with rich folks as someone from a working class background myself.
Even longtime socialists should find this account interesting. Read/buy my book and share it with anyone you think might actually benefit from it! Below is the brief description from the Amazon page. Thanks, comrades! – Joseph Waters (Prole Center)
“Wherever there is great property, there is great inequality. For one very rich man, there must be at least five hundred poor, and the affluence of the few supposes the indigence of the many.” – Adam Smith
This book examines how great wealth is really acquired, challenges the notion that the rich deserve their wealth, or if they deserve the adoration they inspire among the masses.