: And dare I say, whatever these mistakes may be, at least they'll never stem from the desire to screw the workers.
: 1. Engels, Anti-Dühring, International n.d., p. 316.
: 2. Luxemburg, The Accumulation of Capital, Monthly Review 1968, p. 416.
: 3. Marx and Engels, The Communist Manifesto, International 1948, p 28.
: 4. Ibid.
Thanx. Now I wonder if you could also spell out for me why it is that Marxism has produced a history that hasn't only screwed workers out of their money, possesions, rights and a higher standard of living but has also produced more corpses than any other ideology?
Sorry, I'd like for us to agree, but the facts speak for themselves (I hope NJ doesn't jump in here w/ his opinion about capitalism being to blame for the highly questionable number of deaths caused by an obscure king of Belgium at the turn of the century in an unknown land).