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Marx

 (märks)
Family of American comedians, including the brothers Leonard (1887-1961), known as "Chico"; Arthur (1888-1964), known as "Harpo"; Julius (1890-1977), known as "Groucho"; Milton (1892-1977), known as "Gummo"; and Herbert (1901-1979), known as "Zeppo." Some of their many popular Broadway shows were made into movies, including Horse Feathers (1932) and Duck Soup (1933).

Marx

(mɑːks)
n
(Biography) Karl (karl). 1818–83, German founder of modern communism, in England from 1849. With Engels, he wrote The Communist Manifesto (1848). He developed his theories of the class struggle and the economics of capitalism in Das Kapital (1867; 1885; 1895). He was one of the founders of the International Workingmen's Association (First International) (1864)

Marx

(mɑrks)

n.
Karl (Heinrich), 1818–83, German economist, philosopher, and socialist.
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2.Marx - United States comedian; one of four brothers who made motion pictures together (1893-1964)
Marx Brothers - a family of United States comedians consisting of four brothers with an anarchic sense of humor
3.Marx - United States comedian; one of four brothers who made motion pictures together (1891-1961)
Marx Brothers - a family of United States comedians consisting of four brothers with an anarchic sense of humor
4.Marx - United States comedian; one of four brothers who made motion pictures together (1890-1977)
Marx Brothers - a family of United States comedians consisting of four brothers with an anarchic sense of humor
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The value of Hosfeld's intellectual biography lies in the complex and multilayered Marx that emerges from his analysis.
In two years time it will be the 200th anniversary of when Karl Marx was born, towards the end of his life, when he looked at the people who called themselves Marxist, he wondered if he was a Marxist himself, when his name has been used to justify tyranny and exploitation - claims that flew in the face of everything he believed.
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Terry Eagleton's Why Marx Was Right very elaborately delineates all of the possible objections against Marx and Marxism.