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Karl Kautsky

Author Code: OKKY

Born: Oct. 16, 1854 - Prague, Bohemia (Now Czech Republic)

Died: Oct. 17, 1938 - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Educated at the University of Vienna, Kautsky became a member of the Austrian Social Democratic Party in 1875. He moved to Zurich and became heavily involved with Marxism and in 1881, visited Marx and Engels in England. In 1883, he founded Die Neue Zeit in Stuttgart, Germany and continued as its editor until 1917. In 1887, he published The Economic Doctrines of Karl Marx. He spent a number of years in England, becoming close friends with Engels and inherited his mantle in 1895 on his death. Initially for the war in 1914, he modified his views by 1915, eventually leaving the SDP to join the Independent SDP (ISDP) in 1917. He served as under-secretary of State in the Foreign Office of the SDP-USDP coalition government in 1918-19 which preceded the Weimar Republic. After the war, Kautsky visited Georgia and was impressed with the social democratic approach of that nation. In 1920, he rejoined the SDP although his influence was by then greatly diminished. In 1924, he returned to Vienna where he continued to write, however, Hitler's Anschluss in 1938 forced him to flee the country and he died shortly afterwards in Amsterdam. His works include Thomas More and His Utopia (1889), The Class Struggle (1892), Foundations of Christianity (1908), Are the Jews a Race? (1914), The Dictatorship of the Proletariat (1918), Terrorism and Communism (1919), The Labour Revolution (1924), Nature and Society (1928), Hitlerism and Social-Democracy (1934) and Marxism and Bolshevism (1934).

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OKKY002 Are the Jews a Race? 1921 95 489k eBook Download PDF - 'Are the Jews a Race?' (OKKY002)   Download ePub - 'Are the Jews a Race?' (OKKY002) Find a printed copy of Are the Jews a Race? by Karl Kautsky at AbeBooks
OKKY001 Hitlerism and Social-Democracy 1934 26 268k eBook Download PDF - 'Hitlerism and Social-Democracy' (OKKY001)   Download ePub - 'Hitlerism and Social-Democracy' (OKKY001) Find a printed copy of Hitlerism and Social-Democracy by Karl Kautsky at AbeBooks

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