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Planejado por Friedrich Engels e Karl Kautsky, o artigo “O socialismo jurídico” foi publicado sem assinatura na revista da social-democracia alemã, Neue Zeit, em 1887. O objetivo era dar uma resposta aos ataques à teoria econômica de Karl Marx, assim como elaborar uma crítica ao reformismo jurídico e combater a sua influência no movimento operário.

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Paperback, 80 pages
Published 2012 by Boitempo (first published 1887)
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In 1820, Friedrich Engels was born in Germany into a wealthy family. Managing a branch of his father's business in Manchester, England, from 1842-1845, Engels became appalled at the poverty of the workers. He wrote his first socialist work, Conditions of the Working Class in England. After their meeting in 1844, Engels and Karl Marx became lifelong colleagues. While co-writing an article with Enge ...more
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