Try reading this the reading level was targeted at people who learnt to read in adulthood so it's pretty simple and meant to be a step along the way to reading more complex works
Tell us how you go
Read three sources of marxism by lenin its rather short and build up from that. I find Lenin very pleasant to read. But you can also try Engels Stalin or Mao
Thanks for the quick responses, anons, I'll keep you updated if I have any questions so long as you are willing to supply me answers.
Read this fam, it was written for illiterate proles and was approved by Marx himself: https://www.marxists.org/archive/cafiero/1879/summary-of-capital.htm
This is so much easier to read and understand than Capital, thanks a lot anon.
Where's the text it is taking down point-by-point? There's not much sense in reading something like this without being familiar with the thing it attacks.
It's the first few pages of the PDF in the "Letter to Bracke". The Gotha Programme is that short
Another source https://history.hanover.edu/courses/excerpts/111gotha.html