Definition of Friedrich engels
1. Noun. Socialist who wrote the Communist Manifesto with Karl Marx in 1848 (1820-1895).
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1. Capital: A Critique of Political Economyby Karl Marx by Karl Marx (1906)
"Marx's monumental analysis of capitalism probes the role of labor in this economic system as it existed in his day"
2. The Library of Original Sources: Ideas that Have Influenced Civilization, in edited by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1915)
"... friedrich engels friedrich engels was born at Barmen, Germany, 1820. He was a lifelong friend of Karl Marx and with him is one of the founders of German ..."
3. The Anschluss Movement, 1918-1919, and the Paris Peace Conference by Alfred D. Low (1974)
"... Vienna and Berlin as a prerequisite for the desired complete unification of the Germans of Central Europe. Similarly, friedrich engels insisted that the ..."
4. Historical Source Book by Hutton Webster (1920)
"COMMUNIST MANIFESTO, 1848 l THE classic statement of modern socialism is the Communist Manifesto prepared by Karl Marx and his coworker, friedrich engels, ..."
5. Reminiscences and Reflexions of a Mid and Late Victorian by Ernest Belfort Bax (1920)
"The circumstance of the article referred to, however, led to an invitation a short time after Marx's death in March 1883 from friedrich engels to visit him, ..."
6. The Strength and Weakness of Socialism by Richard Theodore Ely (1899)
"friedrich engels is, next to Marx, the most important man in the history of German social democracy. While he generously ascribed the chief originality in ..."
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