Chakeel
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Hello all,

Just a quick post to ask if anyone with revision notes or summaries for:

J.M. Keynes ("General theory of employment, interest and money")
Hayek ("The road to serfdom")
Adam Smith ("Wealth of Nations")
Joseph Schumpeter ("capitalism, socialism and democracy")
Friedrich List ("The national system of political economy")
Marx ("Capital" and "Wages, Prices and Profit")
Karl Polanyi ("The great transformation")
Weber ("The profession and vocation of politics")
Carl Schmitt ("authoritarian liberalism: strong state, free economy")
Vladimir Lenin (The state and revolution)

Would it be possible if I could use them? I would be very grateful!

While I have read some of these books, I would appreciate being able to look at other peoples notes and see how they have interpreted some of the literature, and any notes or summaries on books I haven't read would of course be a bonus! I will be uploading all of my finished notes after exams for anyone who might be studying political economy in the future
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Furthermore, if anyone could request a good book to read that condenses the different thinkers and theories down into chapters (a bunch of different theories on political economy all in one book essentially)?
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