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Right to Be Lazy and Other Studies by Paul Lafargue. Published in 1907, Chicago, Charles H. Kerr & Co. Rare First edition copy in Condition: A+. There are no markings, clean copy. All 164 pages are secure to hinge. In 1883, Paul Lafargue, Karl Marx's son-in-law, wrote Right to Be Lazy, a political pamphlet that argued for liberation from the obligation to work. A fight he considered commensurate with workers struggle for a more humane workplace. Happy to ship to you
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