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Marx and Engels : their contribution to the democratic breakthrough

Author: August H Nimtz
Publisher: Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©2000.
Series: SUNY series in political theory., Contemporary issues.
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"According to Nimtz, no two people contributed more to the struggle for democracy in the nineteenth century than Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Presenting the first major study of the two thinkers in the past twenty years and the first since the collapse of the Soviet Union, this book challenges many widely held views about their democratic credentials and their attitudes and policies on the peasantry, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Nimtz, August H.
Marx and Engels.
Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©2000
(DLC) 99053178
(OCoLC)42690122
Named Person: Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; Friedrich Engels; Karl Marx
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: August H Nimtz
ISBN: 0585358362 9780585358369
OCLC Number: 47008180
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 377 pages).
Contents: The democratic urge and commencement of a revolutionary partnership --
From theory to practice: toward a Communist party --
The revolutions of 1848-1849: participating in the "real movement" --
The end of the revolutionary upsurge and the lessons of struggle --
Interpreting the 1848-181 events in France: Marx and Engels versus Tocqueville --
Political adjustments to the long lull in the class struggle --
A new revolutionary era and the birth of the first international --
The first international: from Brussels to the Paris commune --
The first international: the final years and legacy --
Engels and revolutionary continuity.
Series Title: SUNY series in political theory., Contemporary issues.
Responsibility: August H. Nimtz, Jr.

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"According to Nimtz, no two people contributed more to the struggle for democracy in the nineteenth century than Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Presenting the first major study of the two thinkers in the past twenty years and the first since the collapse of the Soviet Union, this book challenges many widely held views about their democratic credentials and their attitudes and policies on the peasantry, the importance of national self-determination, the struggle for women's equality, their so-called Eurocentric bias, political and party organizing and the possibility for socialist revolution in an overwhelmingly peasant and underdeveloped country like late-nineteenth-century Russia."--Jacket.

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