by Russell A. Berman via Defining Ideas
Marxism was never about achieving an egalitarian society. It was about the pursuit of raw power.
quoting Thomas Sowell via Troy Media
Karl Marx is buried in England, in the north London suburb of Highgate. I know that because I came across his grave in the summer of 1964. Topped by a large bronze bust on a marble pedestal, the tomb is hard to miss.
(Deutsche Welle) The Chinese president has praised Karl Marx as the "greatest thinker of modern times" ahead of the bicentennial of the German philosopher. Xi's German counterpart, meanwhile, was far more critical.
Mark Jamison | AEIdeas
Governments can indeed play favorites and create wealth for some at the expense of others. But world-class innovations that benefit both the creators and citizens emerge from free markets and innovator relationships.
The philosopher’s admirers continue to try to animate a corpse.