The 1887 NEW YORK TIMES book review of Karl Marx's tome, Das Kapital bares no resemblance to the review that that same paper might write today. Back then, they seemed to recognize what Marxism was right away:
"He is a militant political economist. He may not encourage the spilling of blood to effect the ends he desires; but the means he proposes point to that inevitable conclusion."
Indeed, no other form of government has come anywhere near the body count credited to those nations that modeled their state rule after Marx: 149,469,610 and climbing.
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