Book notes: Capital and ideology, by Thomas Piketty

Capital and ideology, by Thomas Piketty

Thomas Piketty, Capital and ideology, Harvard University Press, 2020, 1,104 pages

Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the twenty-first century appeared in French in 2013 and English in 2014. This book coming only a few years later is a remarkable achievement by the author, and he plainly has a Stakhanovite translator. Unfortunately, his publishers lack sense, or perhaps the ability to gauge readability. When Victorian novelists published books of such length, they were often published in three volumes

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