theantihumanist

objetpunka-deactivated20130502 asked:

✈,☺,☼ (especially non-fiction/history related because I will probably buy them if you recommend it)

Did the first two already :)

Haha okay I got you.

  • A Song of Ice and Fire series 
  • Wolf Hall 
  • The Autobiography of Henry VIII
  • A Tale of Two Cities 
  • The Masters of Rome Series
  • The Constant Princess 
  • The Most Happy: The Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn 
  • The Purity Myth

guydeboring replied to your post: I am 15 and I have an interest in politics but a lot of it can confuse me, especially the economics side. A lot of sites/books assume an already indepth knowledge. Do you know of any websites etc. that are clear and easy to follow that would give me a bit of a push/helping hand? Thanks a bunch.

Probably not very helpful but reading companion books with texts has always helped me and I know there are a lot for free on the interwebz.

theantihumanist replied to your post: I am 15 and I have an interest in politics but a lot of it can confuse me, especially the economics side. A lot of sites/books assume an already indepth knowledge. Do you know of any websites etc. that are clear and easy to follow that would give me a bit of a push/helping hand? Thanks a bunch.

The Limits to Capital by David Harvey The Theory of Capitalist Development by Paul Sweezy Economics: Marxian versus Neoclassical by Richard D. Wolff

theantihumanist replied to your post: I am 15 and I have an interest in politics but a lot of it can confuse me, especially the economics side. A lot of sites/books assume an already indepth knowledge. Do you know of any websites etc. that are clear and easy to follow that would give me a bit of a push/helping hand? Thanks a bunch.

Oh and Samir Amin’s Law of Worldwide Value. I second the Rius volume, and that should make a good basis for learning Marxist economic theory.