Life of Marx: Living in Exile | Thomas Sowell
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This is Part 5 of an 8-Part series on the life of Karl Marx. See here for the complete series:
Sergio Leonardo Cornejo
Isn't it fascinating how unproductive those two were? Yet they claimed to stand for workers.
And yet, there are people who believe we should listen to these two about how a country or a business should be run.
I love how Sowell's writings make the life of this repulsive man absolutely fascinating. He has such a gift for narrative.
I hear you have to pay to see Marx's grave. Now that's just priceless.

Or not, as it were.
Ibraahiym Kadessh
Mr. Sowell is a great story teller who should do more historical biography. Good job, my man. Can I buy the whole book some where.
Marx was continually bailed out and subsidized by others throughout his life, which gave him no incentive to change his ways.
Chris Axelson
Marx and Engel: tag team heavyweight champions of the grift.
Someone needs to make a comedy satire film about the life of Karl Marx
Kory Tideman
If Marx had had a job, things might have been different... Marx and Engels appeared to not have any oars in the water - they were educated far beyond their abilities to comprehend.
Nordic Son
How can two people who seem like they never work , be the symbol of the workers ?
Now l understand why they are the idols of the 30 year old basement dwelling Starbucks lovers still living off mom and dad.
Zero1 ZeroLast
Bursted out laughing at tbe saying, "I have to be in the office no later 10."

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