What Did Karl Marx Do in the Russian Revolution?


During the Russian Revolution, Karl Marx used a newspaper called 'Neue Rheinische Zeitung' to gain from the effects of the revolution. Of the ten points published, most people agreed with eight but disputed two, citing ideological offshoots.
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Karl Marx could be considered the intellectual and philosophical leader of the Russian Revolution. Although he had died long before the revolution it was his ideas (along with Friedrich
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Karl Marx. exploitation of the working class. Revolt against those who exploited its people. my 2cents. btw: I have NO idea what planet Anjaree comes from.
According to Marx, the essential facet of the capitalist system was the exploitation by the proletariat. The owning class would continue to pay the workers next to nothing and get
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Karl Marx
Karl Marx studied law and philosophy, and was initially influenced by the works of G. W. F. Hegel. Marx rejected the idealism of Hegel and developed a more materialistic theory of history as science, ultimately predicting that the triumph of the working... More »
Born: May 5, 1818, Trier, Germany (Prussia)
Died: March 14, 1883
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