If Karl Marx had lived long enough to see Carly Fiorina's failed GOP campaign, he might've been impressed with the former Hewlett-Packard CEO. After all, Marx only preached about the overthrow of capitalism—Fiorina had actual hands-on experience bringing a major corporation to its knees. Perhaps that's why Fiorina personally signed a copy of Marx's Capital Volume I in 2007 at a Manhattan Barnes & Noble, a priceless piece of political memorabilia now up for sale on eBay. Peter Hogness, a labor activist in New York and a former high school classmate of Fiorina's in Palo... [Read More]
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