American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Engels, Friedrich 1820-1895. German social theorist who collaborated with Karl Marx on The Communist Manifesto (1848) and numerous other works.
- n. A German surname.
- n. socialist who wrote the Communist Manifesto with Karl Marx in 1848 (1820-1895)
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“If you notice the quote from Engels is laced with religous references, while the quote from marx is of a more secular nature.”
“Kuliscioff was not only responsible for the technical aspects of production, but also solicited contributions from distinguished foreign contributors such as Engels, August Bebel and Jean Jaurès.”
“Zorro: Oh, please – "Engels" – as if you're in his league!”
“I don’t, however, want people to be carried over into Hegelian Idealism or into the worst bits of Marx and Engels which is their Historical Materialism.”
“E-petitions that secure more than 100,000 signatures have a right to be considered by the committee, if they have a sponsoring MP.Engels has long complained that she suffers a lack of allocated time in the chamber, pointing out that she has only 27 days per parliamentary session.”
“On the other hand, I'm reading Engels 'The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 right now, so I would think that.”
“On the other hand, many bookshops had shelves and shelves of Lenin, Stalin, Marx, Engels and Hitler.”
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