On Karl Marx’s birthday, revisit Louis Menand on the co-author of the “Communist Manifesto,” whose philosophy was dedicated to human freedom. “He is not wrong yet,” Menand writes.https://t.co/cwklJEDH96
#May5 - Revolutionary Karl Marx was born this day. Memorial day of Pandithar Iyothee Thass. Marx presented the doctrine for liberation of the working class. Pandithar retrieved Buddhism, an equality doctrine, to destroy Sanatana that establishes birth-based inequality. Salutes! pic.twitter.com/Xj3AUGZEKd
Karl Marx never had to face the consequences of his theories. He lived most of his adult life breathing the free air of London, England, living off the generosity of his collaborator and patron Engels, who, as it happens, inherited his money from his wealthy merchant father.