Karl Marx - M. 1847 the Communist League, The Communist...

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Karl Marx 1818-1883 A. Born May 5, 1818 in Prussia (western part of Germany) B. Father, Heinrick Marx, a successful lawyer C. Mother from Holland D. Both parents were Jews, later baptized in the Lutheran Church with their children E. University of Bonn (1835-36) at age of 17 to be a lawyer – studied Humanities F. University of Berlin (1836) 1. Studied Hegel 2. Joined the Young Hegelians 3. Burno Bauer 4. University of Jena (1841) G. Wanted to be a college professor, turned to journalism H. Married Jenny von Westphalen, June 1843 I. Four months later, they moved to Paris J. German-French Yearbooks 1. “Religion is the opium of the people” 2. “Uprising of the proletariat K. Marx expelled from France L. Friedrich Engels
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Unformatted text preview: M. 1847 the Communist League, The Communist Manifesto N. From 1848 to 1883 lived in London 1867 Das Kapital O. Fundamentals of Marxism 1. Economic interpretation of history 2. Class struggle 3. Surplus Value 4. Theory of Social Evolution P. Terms 1. Som government ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods, no private property 2. Marxism same as som with the addition of armed rebellion of the proletarians and atheism 3. Communism prior to 1850, the same as som; after 1850 the same as Marxism 4. Proletariat the working class of people 5. Bourgeoisie- the middle class, factory owners...
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