Who Is Karl Marx, The Critic? by The Anti-Social Socialist

Karl Marx by Robert Diedrichs, 1970. Courtesy WikiCommons

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“The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” — Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto, 1848

“Marx was keenly aware of capitalism’s ability to innovate and adapt. But he also knew that capitalist expansion was not eternally sustainable. And as we witness the denouement of capitalism and the disintegration of globalism, Karl Marx is vindicated as capitalism’s most prescient and important critic.” — Chris Hedges, Left Forum, May 30, 2015

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Writer, Dandelion Salad
October 2, 2018

The Anti-Social Socialist on Oct 2, 2018

from the archives:

Brendan M. Cooney’s Law of Value Series: Part 1: Introduction + Marx Quiz

Michael Parenti: Marxists vs Liberals on Capitalism

Howard Zinn: Hidden History of The American Working Class

Definitions: The Proletariat by Gaither Stewart

Definitions: The Bourgeoisie by Gaither Stewart

Communist Manifestoon

Happy 200th Birthday Karl Marx!

David Harvey: What is Neoliberalism? + Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason

The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

The Difference Between Socialism, Communism, and Marxism Explained by a Marxist

Chris Hedges and Richard D. Wolff at the Left Forum 2015: Marx: The System is the Problem

Understanding Marx by William T. Hathaway

Getting started with Marx and Engels by Todd Chretien

The legacy of Karl Marx by Duncan Hallas (1983)

Marx’s theory of working-class revolution by Alan Maass

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