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GyG: Re Sher Zieve 2008 !!!!!!!!!!! ~ Obama Hints at Communist Presidency

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Black Liberation Theology, Marxist philosophy, Karl Marx, Das Kapital

Obama Hints at Communist Presidency

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By Sher Zieve — Bio and Archives October 14, 2008

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In 1848, the founder of Communism—Karl Marx—wrote in his infamous Manifest of the Communist Party about the “crying inequalities in the distribution of wealth.” Then, in 1867, in what has been referred to as his masterpiece, the first volume of Das Kapital was published. In this anti-capitalism work, Marx continues his extolling of Communism and advises that wealth must be redistributed from the ‘rich-and-evil wealthy’ to the ‘poor-and-downtrodden’.

In 1875, Marx continued with his theme with his treatise Critique of the Gotha Program, in which he expounds upon and summarizes the principles of a Communist system. It is from this work that Marx wrote of the distribution of society’s wealth: “From each according to his…

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