The class struggles in France 1848-1850 (Karl Marx)

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analysis of the political and social dynamics in France during the aftermath of the 1848 revolution. Marx examines the interplay of conflicting class interests, highlighting the revolutionary potential of the working class and the challenges posed by bourgeois reaction, providing insights into the complexities of revolutionary movements and their eventual suppression.

The class struggles in France 1848-1850
AuthorKarl Marx
Written inOctober 1850 for the Neue Rheinische Zeitung Revue
First published1850
SourceMarxists Internet Archive