The Worldly Philosophers - The Inexorable System of Karl Marx Summary & Analysis

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The Inexorable System of Karl Marx Summary and Analysis

The Europe still mulling over John Stuart Mill and the others was hit with the analysis of Karl Marx—a call to revolution. The Communist Manifesto first appeared in 1848 and warned of a Europe haunted by the specter of communism. It is a fact that there were problems all over Europe at this time. There were riots, and resigning monarchs, and mobs seizing control of cities. The Manifesto called for the violent overthrow of the existing regimes, telling the workers that they have nothing to lose. The class that had something to fear was the ruling class and they were worrying. The workers facing despair in most countries, even with all of the problems, still kept their rulers and most of their policies.

The Communist League, which published the Manifesto...

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