Some years ago we pointed* out that Marx's use of the famous tragedy/farce line in his "The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte" was probably swiped, without attribution, from Engels, link below, which brings to mind Proudhon's La propriété, c'est le vol ! (Property is theft!) which Marx said was itself lifted from Brissot de Warville.
(he hated Proudhon)
The early Planet Money contenders:
- There are Some Things Money Can’t Buy. Especially If You Abolish All Private Property.
- From each according to their ability, to each according to his need. For everything else, there’s
- The Marx Card – Because Credit is the Opiate of the Masses.
- The Karl Marx MasterCard – When You’re Short of Kapital
Don't leave home without it. Seriously, bring it with you, you may get asked for your papers. #marxcard
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* Climateer Headline of the Day: Tragedy/Farce Edition
The Great Marx Debate
"Marx at 193"
Privatizing Marx and Engels (happy belated b-day Karl!)
Karl Marx Dabbles in the Market (and rationalizes his success)
Friedrich Engels: Global Macro With an Emphasis on Commodities
Karl Marx on Market Manias
Marx and Engels Meet The Jetsons