Artículos periodísticos by Karl Marx
By Karl Marx
«Si ese periódico capitalista de Nueva York lo hubiera tratado mejor, si Marx hubiera seguido siendo solo un corresponsal de prensa extranjero, los angeles historia habría podido ser diferente.» J. F. Kennedy
Los artículos periodísticos de Marx constituyen un testimonio clave para comprender el curso social, político y económico del siglo XIX y su legado histórico.
Estos escritos son también fundamentales para aproximarse al pensamiento del filósofo alemán y al paisaje vivo de su época de un modo más didáctico y rítmico, apoyado en l. a. inmediatez de los angeles noticia, los angeles sátira y l. a. crítica más que en los angeles gravedad del tratado. No obstante, los artículos de Marx, por su talento como historiador y economista, distan mucho de ser piezas al uso de un periodista corriente: su conocido rigor y voluntad revolucionaria están siempre presentes.
Es en los periódicos, y no en sus tratados filosóficos, donde Marx se enfrenta de manera directa al presente, a l. a. desigualdad, l. a. violencia y los angeles explotación, y lo hace con inigualable destreza.
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Other volumes within the gathered Works comprise recognized works of Marx and Engels, together with The Communist Manifesto, The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon, and Capital, lesser-known works, and formerly unpublished or untranslated manuscripts. The amassed Works comprises thirteen volumes of correspondence through the mature Marx and Engels, overlaying the interval from 1844 via 1895.
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They could be made by any intelligent man who had sufficient enthusiasm and sufficient commercial vision" (1973. 194). illey argues that thcy broke through no technological barriers and were not conditions for expansion, but "consequences of the new incentives and opportunities which more rapid expansion created" (p. 195). Sec also Chapman: "The longer one looks at the early cotton industry under ihr microscope, the less revolutionary the early phases of its life-c\cle appear to be" (1970, 253).
Furthermore, Davis notes that this is exactly what was done in the case of the English woollen and linen indnstries which "were able for a time to lower costs by moving into low-wage areas of Scotland, Ireland and the north of England" (1973. 307). " 2 See Wallerstein (1974, 279—280). m 1 l o f f m a n n gives the British parliament's actions against Indian calicoes as the second of the two circumstances that explain the innovations, the other being (as previously noted) freedom from guild control (1958, 43).