Karl Marx And The Oppression Of Communism

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Karl Marx was born in the year 1818 in Trier, Germany. He was married to Jenny von Westphalen, who gave him seven children. His wife passed in 1881 from lack of funds for food and health care, his daughter following the year after. He earned his Ph. D. in Philosophy is 1841, but instead of being the superstar professor they thought he was going to be he became a journalist. He engaged in revolutionary politics that resulted in him being thrown out of some of the finest countries in Europe. The industrial revolution influenced his work, as well as Fredrick Engels who argued that oppression of proletariat by the bourgeoisie, should rise and revolt overthrowing capitalism in favor of communism. He is best known for his publications, Das Kapital
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