As the October Revolution centenary quickly approaches, people the world over reflect onthe life and legacy of Karl Marx—the man who created the world’s first scientific approach to political economy. His revolutionary ideas in Capital were motivated by decades of suffering in abject poverty with the hope that working class people affected by crueller circumstances than him would rise against capitalism.
However, many years following his death, readers, followers, and critics alike would reinvigorate the debate on socialism and form study circles among Social-Democratic circles, paving the way for socialism’s meteoric rise. Here are some important facts:
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