Karl marx, I Shall argue in this book, came to Communism in the interests of freedom, not of security. In his early years he sought to free himself from the pressure exercised by the mediocre German police state of Frederick William IV. He rejected its censorship, its elevation of authority and of religion, its cultural Philistinism and its empty talk of national interest and moral duty. Later he came to believe that such pressures and such human dependence could not be destroyed without destroying capitalism and the whole system of private property from which capitalism had developed.
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Publisher - Forgotten Books
Language - English
Author(s) - Eugene Kamenka
Published Date - August 25 2019
ISBN - 9780331562835
Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.5 cm
Page Count - 226
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