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Karl Marx, the founder of modern socialism and communism ***** son of a lawyer was born on 5 May 1818 in Trier, and received his classical education. He studied jurisprudence at Bonn and later in Berlin, his obsession with philosophy turned him away from law. However, after spending five years in the "metropolis of intellectuals," he returned to ***** aiming to habilitate in 1841 (T***** Life and Work of Karl *****).

***** the end of 1842 he took over the editorship and was ***** ***** honor of s*****ing a censor Wilhelm Saint-Paul ***** Berlin particularly to take care of the Rheinische Zeitung. However, this proved of no benefit since ei*****r the paper was made ***** undergo dual censorship, or additionally to the common procedure, every issue was subjected to a second stage of ***** by the office of Cologne's Regierungspr sident (The ***** ***** ***** of Karl Marx).

However, this measure was not ***** any benefit against the obstinate malice of the Rheinische Zeitung. At ***** same time at the beginning of 1843 ***** ministry issued a decree declaring that the Rheinische Zeitung must cease publication at the end ***** ***** first quarter and Marx thus, resigned immediately as the shareholders wanted to attempt a settlement ***** also end in nothing ***** the news*****-ceased ***** (***** Life and Work of Karl Marx).

In the summer ***** 1843, he married the daughter of Privy Councilor von Westphalen in Trier and moved to Paris, where he devoted himself mainly to studying political economy and the history ***** the great French Revolution and at the same ***** worked together with Ruge in publishing the Deutsch-Franzsische Jahrbucher. In 184*****, he went to Brussels after being expelled from France by Guizot ***** stayed there, practicing the same studies, until the outbreak of the February revolution.

He agreed very less with the commonly accepted version of socialism and that his theory of socialism could be seen in ***** critique ***** Proudhon's mayor work in 1847, Philosophie de la misère, which published ***** Brussels and Paris under the title of The Poverty of Philosophy. ***** that work one can find many fundamental points of the theory, ***** he has now presented, in complete detail. His other substantial work was ***** Manifes***** of the Communist Party, London, 1848, written before the February revolution and adopted by a workers' congress in London (Karl Marx, 1818-1883).

However, the Belgian government ***** the *****fluence of ***** panic caused ***** the February revolution ***** him again. Thus, he returned to Paris at the invitation of the French provisional government ***** went ***** Cologne with his friends and founded there the Neue Rheinische Zeitung that appeared until June 1849 and still remember well today by people on the Rhine. Marx was brought twice ***** the assizes for an offence against the press laws and ***** provoking people to refuse to pay th***** taxes. Thus, ***** both occasions it had to close at ***** time of the May revolts of 1849 when he once

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