Karl Marx Anti-Capitalist Manifesto "Das Kapital" Sells For $40,000
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Despite his vocal criticism of British bankers, a great bit of his most popular works were sponsored by British and American bankers. Marx would also often bet on the stock market, in Francis Wheen’s biography “Karl Marx” it was revealed that in 1864, he claimed to have made more than £400 from the English stocks which he allegedly said were “springing up like mushrooms this year”.
As with many state sponsored intellectuals, it was likely that Marx didn’t actually believe in most of the ideas that he was putting out there, but was merely putting out the ideas that he was paid to propagate. It was even cited in the book “Intellectuals” by Paul Johnson, that Marx had many servants who lived lives similar to that of slaves, and he was even said to have children with one of his female slaves, raising some upsetting questions about oppression within his own household.
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