http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,,25361297-7583,00.html Thought police muscle up in Britain Hal G. P. Colebatch | April 21, 2009 Article from: The Australian BRITAIN appears to be evolving into the first modern soft totalitarian state. As a sometime teacher of political science and international law, I do not use the term totalitarian loosely.
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The Frock-Coated Communist: The Revolutionary Life of Friedrich Engels by Tristram HuntThe Sunday Times review by Robert Service Alone amid the Manchester 19th-century “cottonocracy”, Friedrich Engels hoped for the British economy’s collapse and was carefree about losing his fortune forever. That alone would have made him the most extraordinary capitalist. But of course we have [...]
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No Marx without Engels Tristram Hunt describes how Friedrich Engels financed the research behind his friend Karl Marx’s epic critique of the free market, Das Kapital.
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A selection from World History And The Eonic Effect 1848: End Of Eonic Sequence? We reach the end of our eonic sequence, as our model forces a distinction of the early modern and the new period at the end of this transition as the new system comes into play. The rough year 1848 is useful, [...]
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Marx in Neue Rheinische Zeitung December 1848: The Bourgeoisie and the Counter-Revolution by Karl Marx Neue Rheinische Zeitung No. 169 Translated by the Marx-Engels Institute Transcribed for the Internet by firstname.lastname@example.org, 1994 Cologne, December 11. When the March flood — a flood in miniature — subsided it left on the surface of Berlin no prodigies, [...]