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SECRET DIPLOMATIC HISTORY OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY is the principal source of understanding Marx's analysis of the condition, political, economic and social, of the Turkish Empire. Westminster Review commented the book as "With all Marx's faults and his extravagant abuse of high political personages, one cannot but admire the man's strength of mind, the courage of his opinions, and his scorn and contempt for everything small, petty, and mean. Although many and great changes have taken place since these papers appeared, they are still valuable not only for the elucidation of the past, but also for throwing a clearer light upon the present as also upon the future."
Marxists highly praised the book as "All that Marx's hand set itself to do, it did with all its might, and in this volume, as in the rest of his work, we see the indefatigable energy, the wonderful grasp of detail, and the keen and marvellous foresight of a master mind". This is a must-read book to understand the foundational thought of a communist party and the nature of a socialistic country by Karl Marx.
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