Karl Marx

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Noun1.Karl Marx - founder of modern communismKarl Marx - founder of modern communism; wrote the Communist Manifesto with Engels in 1848; wrote Das Kapital in 1867 (1818-1883)
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On the one shelf at the library he found Karl Marx, Ricardo, Adam Smith, and Mill, and the abstruse formulas of the one gave no clew that the ideas of another were obsolete.
The disintegration of the Soviet empire before the democratic West validated the arguments of Adam Smith, Alexis de Tocqueville, Karl Popper, and Isaiah Berlin concerning the open society and the free economy, and invalidated the fatal arrogance of ideologues like Karl Marx, V.
KARL MARX, the son of a German Jew, was born in Trier, in 1818, and after studying law he worked for a Cologne newspaper until it was suppressed by the government.
Schell said: Karl Marx, at the end of his life, is a fascinating role for me.
On This Day: 1864: The First International was founded in London by Karl Marx.
This may be true for those whose view of legitimacy is inspired by Karl Marx, rather than by James Madison.
Without God, Thomas Jefferson can be telling us what freedom was yesterday, but Karl Marx can be telling us what freedom is tomorrow.
Spring Summer 2000, 2000, Sylvie Fleury's display of shoes from the Paris season, testifies to a deep fascination with luxury goods and their "magical qualities," as Karl Marx would have it.
Karl Marx and Frederic Bastiat, polar opposites in 19th-century economic thought, both are extolled for their modern-day relevance.
Gabriel, author of other 19th century-focused biographies, offers a human story about the love and women that supported Karl Marx when he became larger than life as one of the most influential figures of the 19th century.
In the Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx calls for the "abolition of the family.
During our Civil War, Karl Marx (yes, that Karl Marx) wrote to Abraham Lincoln, saying that ``from the commencement of the titanic American strife the workingmen of Europe felt instinctively that the star-spangled banner carried the destiny of their class.