I don't know why there's so much Nietzsche on there, so it might just be a meme, but Family, Private Property, and The State
stands out as a good read. Any sane person would read the pair of shorter essays(Wage, Labor and Capital
and Value, Price, and Profit
) along with Engels' Socialism: Utopian and Scientific
before even attempting to break into Capital.
Last row is worth reading if you want to learn more about Imperialism, though read Lenin's Imperialism
before doing so. I haven't gotten very far into any of these works so I can't say much more on the topic.Blackshirts and Reds
is the first steps on de-programming the liberal take on previous socialist states, but it is only a starting point and you will need to do further research before sharing your knowledge with more skeptical people. You might not want to hear this, but r/Communism101 has a pretty good Masterpost on whichever state/issue you want to research.Reform or Revolution
should be paired with William Blum's Killing Hope
as a dose of "Why reformism cannot and will not ever produce fundamental change."
I don't know much about anything else on the chart, though.