Karla Marx And The Man Haters

Author: Marshall Rockford Goodman
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ISBN: 1329358368
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Now this latest edition incorporates updates, revisions and original material in two new chapters and more than 75 new pages. (An electronic version is also available most through most online retailers.)

Karl Marx

Author: Francis Wheen
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393049237
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Looks at the life of the father of Communism focusing primarily on the human side of the man rather than his works

A Requiem For Karl Marx

Author: Frank E. Manuel
Publisher: Harvard University Press
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A Requiem for Karl Marx is Frank Manuel's searching meditation on that life, a learned and elegantly written engagement with the man and his work.

The Communist Manifesto

Author: Karl Marx
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Marx and Engels' theories increased in prevalence during the twentieth century when Communist rulers governed much of the world's population. This is an unabridged version of Samuel Moore's 1888 English translation.

Karl Marx Man And Fighter Rle Marxism

Author: Boris Nicolaievsky
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317484878
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In both camps, the bourgeois and the socialist, Marx was first of all, if not exclusively, the revolutionary. This book sets out to describe the life of Marx the fighter.

On The Jewish Question

Author: Karl Marx
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Introduction by Arthur Kemp BA (Intl. Pol., Pol. Sci., Pub. Ad.). This essay, originally published in 1844 as Zur Judenfrage, must be one of Karl Marx's most ignored and suppressed works.

Hating God

Author: Bernard Schweizer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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... in St. Petersburg for his role in the Czech uprising of 1848, and after eleven
years of incarceration he was transferred to a prison camp in Siberia from which
he escaped in 1862. After making his way to London, he joined the First
International, a federation of workers' groups founded in 1864 as the International
Working Men's Association, but in a conflict over the association's participation in
parliamentary elections, which he opposed, Bakunin lost against the faction of
Karl Marx and ...

Marketing And Feminism

Author: Miriam Catterall
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415219723
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Behind every great man. so they say. is a great . . . earbunele. In Karl Marx's ease
. at least. As his most reeent biographer makes elear (Wheen 1999). the
earbunele on the baekside of eapitalism sulfered from painful pustules on his
own protuberant posterior. ... Martin Luther. we are reliably informed. owed his
Roman Catholie-hating eantankerousness to oerasional outbreaks of ehronie
flatulenee. Charles ...

Karl Marx

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A surprising knowledge of men and things, added to genuine Scotch penetration,
gave weight to every word of Urquhart. Genial ... to David Urquhart, who
demonstrates in his writings a hundred times that Lord Palmerston was enabled
by parliamentary corruption to play the game of absolutist Russia and at the
same time to enact the role of the popular despot-hater and revolutionary "
firebrand" of Europe. ... of men, Bismarck, although the latter waa "more Russian
than 102 KARL MARX.

Karl Marx S Economics

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If man is shaped by his surroundings, his surroundings must be made human. If
man is social by nature, he will develop his true nature only in society, and the
power of his nature must be measured not by the power of separate individuals
but by the power of society." [23, pp. 176-177] Hating as he did the capitalist
society and particularly the capitalist, Marx's idea of progress was not that of
progress in a society that was partially satisfactory from an economic and social
point of view.