Marx edited the Rheinische Zeitung in Cologne in 1842. His radical views led to his expulsion and he moved to Paris where he met Friedrich Engels. Together they collaborated on works of political philosophy until Marx's expulsion from France. He moved to Belgium, but returned to Cologne in 1848 and, with Engels, founded the Neue Rheinische Zeitung. Once again, he was expelled for his communistic views and he settled in London where he spent most of the remainder of his life. He published many papers during his life, however, his most important and influential work, Das Kapital, the first volume of which appeared in 1867, was only completed by his friend Engels after Marx's death. Other important work includes The Communist Manifesto (1848).
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