Econ 1B Karl Marx Paper

Econ 1B Karl Marx Paper - Professor Zill Microeconomics 21...

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Professor Zill Microeconomics 21 March, 2007 Karl Marx Karl Marx was born in Trier, Germany 1818 and was the third child of seven children. He converted to Christianity after Prussian authorities prohibited his father to pursue law because of their Jewish background. He was home schooled until he was thirteen before he graduated from the Trier Gymnasium and attended the University of Bonn in 1835 (Wikipedia.com). There he pursued a degree in law like his father but he was really interested in studying philosophy and literature. He then transferred to the Friedrich University where he continued to study law. After deciding that he did not want to study law he went to the University of Jena where he received his doctorate on philosophy. After receiving his doctorate he began editing a radical newspaper in Germany and after it was banned he moved to Brussels in 1845 where he became involved in creating the Communist League and eventually writing the Communist Manifesto . In the manifesto Marx
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