I'm not clear on exactly what the point of this is. If it's just an introduction to Marx's general ideas on the "critique of political economy", what's the point? There's already a million out there, none all that great but I'm not convinced that it'd be possible to do much better. Why not just refer people to "Wage-labour and Capital" or "Value, Price and Profit", or something?
Basically everyone posting on this thread seems to agree that Marx's political ideas are not very interesting, Joseph K even going so far as to say that they're social-democratic an statist. (I totally disagree but that's another topic.) So what you'd be left with would be an introduction to his critique of political economy. What about the other ones is wrong, and what would you guys do better?
I think the point of such a pamphlet would be to get anarchists interested enough to pick up "Wage-labour and Capital", the Pearlman texts etc, not to be a an alternative to such texts.
Incidentally, I started writing series of articles called "Marx for anarchists" about 15 years ago. (The first article started by stating that Marx's political ideas are not very interesting, before moving on to the concept of alienation.) They were suposed to be printed in a Norwegian anarchist fanzine, but the zine stopped publishing before I finished part one. From time to time I have thought about taking up this project again, but I have never gotten around to it.