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Karl Marx, racist: Nathaniel Weyl

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A comprehensive catalog of there various, ignominious racially prejudices pontificated by Karl Marx and Engels. This book is needed for those studying economics, Marxism, capitalism, wealth inequality, communism, income equality, and anthropology.
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Origines et transformations de I'homme et des autres etres
  • Pierre Tremaux
Pierre Tremaux, Origines et transformations de I'homme et des autres etres, Premiere partie (Paris: Hachette, 1865), p. 31. My translation.
Hegel points out that he will continue to discuss civilizations on the African continent, such as the Egyptian and Carthaginian
  • Friedrich Hegel
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, The Philosophy of History, translated by J. Sibree, (Britannica Great Books), pp. 196-99. Hegel points out that he will continue to discuss civilizations on the African continent, such as the Egyptian and Carthaginian, but these he regards as projections of European or Asian civilized man.
Martin Lawrence, 1935) as reprinted in A Handbook of Marxism
  • Marx
Marx, The Poverty of Philosophy. Quoted from the British edition (London: Martin Lawrence, 1935) as reprinted in A Handbook of Marxism (New York: International Pub¬ lishers, 1935), p. 357.
  • Alexis De Tocqueville
Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1965), I. 417-12. Ibid., I, 430-31.
Socialist leaders like Bill Haywood and Norman Thomas fought vigorously for full civil rights and racial integration
  • Nathaniel Weyl
  • William Marina
Nathaniel Weyl and William Marina, American Statesmen on Slavery and the Negro (New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1971), p. 295. Socialist leaders like Bill Haywood and Norman Thomas fought vigorously for full civil rights and racial integration. But the Socialist Party had ceased to be a mass movement of the working class by the time Norman Thomas became its leader.
Fie foresaw a future for man in which an imaginary animal called the antilion, "superb, docile and elastic" and "about three times the size of our own miserable lions," would transport travelers at such incredible speeds that they could breakfast at Calais, lunch in Paris and dine in Marseilles
I have used Padover's translation (p. 169), but have changed the German word schacher to haggling. 12. Padover, p. 570. 13. For example, Fourier asserted that a natural earth satellite named Phoebe (which existed solely inside his scrambled brains) had collided with our planet, bringing precisely "150 new species of snakes and 43 new races of bedbugs into existence." Fie foresaw a future for man in which an imaginary animal called the antilion, "superb, docile and elastic" and "about three times the size of our own miserable lions," would transport travelers at such incredible speeds that they could breakfast at Calais, lunch in Paris and dine in Marseilles. See Eric von Kiihnelt-Leddihn, Leftism (New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1974) pp. 108-20.