Philosophy Thursday: Friedrich Engels

Click Here to Read: Friedrich Engels on Wikiepdia.

Click Here to Read: Frederick Engels by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin on the Marxist.ort website from First published in 1896 in the miscellany Rabotnik,[3] No. 1–2. Published according to the text in Rabotnik Source: Lenin Collected Works, Moscow, Volume 2, pages 15-28.

Click Here to Read: Engels and the Origin of Women’s Oppression by Sharon Smith in International Socialist Review Issue 2, Fall 1997

Click Here to Read: Fox Hunter, Party Animal, Leftist Warrior By Dwight Garner in The New York Times on August 18, 2009.

Click Here to Read:  How Friedrich Engels’ Radical Lover Helped Him Father Socialism: Mary Burns exposed the Capitalist’s son to the plight of the working people of Manchester By Mike Dash on the Smithsonian.com website on
August 1, 2013.

Click Here to Read: War of the words: Engels’s polemic against the injustices of rising capitalism that he witnessed in 19th-century Manchester continues to resonate powerfully around the world 150 years after it was written, argues Tristram Hunt on the Guardian website on May 8, 2009.

Click Here to Read: Frederick Engels on the Theoretical Development of Modern Socialism by Thomas Riggins on the Political Affairs website on November 4 2011.

Click Here to Read: Friedrich Engels and Marx’s critique of political economy by Cyril Smith. First Published: in Capital & Class No. 62 (Summer 1997): 123-142.

Click Here to Read: Friedrich Engels: Businessman and Revolutionary by Theodore M. Brown and Elizabeth Fee in the Journal of Public Healthv. 93(8); Aug 2003PMC1447947

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