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200th Anniversary: Marx And Capitalism
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200th Anniversary: Marx And Capitalism

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The difference between socialism and capitalism lies in the fact that socialism is not driven by any immanent economic tendencies, so that the working people can consciously shape their economic destiny through collective political intervention. By Prabhat Patnaik / Source: NewsClick / The Dawn News / May 4, 2018 Marx’s […]

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Honduras' new President Juan Orlando Hernandez, left, waves to the crowd while flanked by Army Gen. Fredy Santiago Diaz as they review the military guard during his swearing in ceremony in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. Hernandez faces many challenges as president since Honduras has one of the highest murder rates in the world and well as being one of the poorest countries in the Americas. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio)
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Honduras: History Tends to Repeat Itself

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By Katu Arkonada / Source: Jornada Mexico / The Dawn News / January 28, 2017 Hegel used to say that the great events (and characters) of the universal history, always appear twice. Marx completed his sentence by saying that they appear once as tragedy and another as a farce. What […]

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