Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

Socialism existed long before Marx and Engels, but it remained just “a good idea,” until their development of scientific socialism. Engels discusses the various Utopian socialist movements of the past and their limitations.

Chapter X — The Soul of America and the Future of Humanity

Return to Table of Contents The Dictatorship of Big Business “All governments are more or […]

Chapter IX — The Colonial Revolution

Return to Table of Contents Vietnam The war in Vietnam, which completely transformed the situation […]

Chapter VIII — World War II

Return to Table of Contents America and the Second World War Marx explained long ago […]

Chapter VII — The Great Depression

Return to Table of Contents “Happy Days Are Here Again” “The American Plan; automotive prosperity […]

Chapter VI — Imperialism

Return to Table of Contents The end of the 19th century saw the birth of […]

Chapter V — Labor and Capital

Return to Table of Contents “Give Me Your Huddled Masses” The emigration of the Pilgrims […]

Chapter IV — The Second American Revolution

Return to Table of Contents “I believe that to have interfered as I have done, […]

Chapter III — Rich and Poor

Return to Table of Contents “I think our governments will remain virtuous for many centuries, […]

Chapter II — The American Revolution

Return to Table of Contents “[W]hat country can preserve its liberties, if its rulers are […]

Chapter I — "Blood From Every Pore"

Return to Table of Contents An Un-American” Idea? In order to understand the ideas of […]

Introduction to Marxism and the USA

Return to Table of Contents The present work began life as a draft introduction to […]

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