By Karl Marx
«Si ese periódico capitalista de Nueva York lo hubiera tratado mejor, si Marx hubiera seguido siendo solo un corresponsal de prensa extranjero, l. a. historia habría podido ser diferente.» J. F. Kennedy
Los artículos periodísticos de Marx constituyen un testimonio clave para comprender el curso social, político y económico del siglo XIX y su legado histórico.
Estos escritos son también fundamentales para aproximarse al pensamiento del filósofo alemán y al paisaje vivo de su época de un modo más didáctico y rítmico, apoyado en los angeles inmediatez de los angeles noticia, l. a. sátira y los angeles crítica más que en l. a. gravedad del tratado. No obstante, los artículos de Marx, por su talento como historiador y economista, distan mucho de ser piezas al uso de un periodista corriente: su conocido rigor y voluntad revolucionaria están siempre presentes.
Es en los periódicos, y no en sus tratados filosóficos, donde Marx se enfrenta de manera directa al presente, a l. a. desigualdad, l. a. violencia y l. a. explotación, y lo hace con inigualable destreza.
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Engels und K. Marx, Bd. 1, Stuttgart, 1913 Printed according to the original 6 MARX T O HEINRICH BÖRNSTEIN IN PARIS °py fParis, end of December 1844beginning of January 1845] Dear Sir, It is impossible for me to let you have the review of Stirner before next week. Therefore deliver the specimen copy without my contribution; Bürgers will let you have an article in its stead. 18 Yours faithfully Marx First published in Katalog 211 des Antiquariats Leo Liepmanssohn, Berlin, 1924 Printed according to the Katalog text Published in English for the first time a T h e signature is illegible.
Rst tlme 4 MARX T O HEINRICH BÖRNSTEIN IN PARIS [Paris, autumn 1844] Dear Sir, You would greatly oblige me if you would ascertain by Tuesday at the latest whether or not Frank is willing to undertake publication of the pamphlet against Bauer. b It is of complete indifference to me which way he decides. I can find a foreign publisher any day. Only, in the case of this particular pamphlet, in which every word counts, it would be pleasant to have it printed under my own supervision and to be able to correct it personally.
For the rest, it is definitely bad and neither interesting nor instructive enough to induce many Germans to take it for any length of time. How does it stand now, and is it true, as I hear in Cologne, that it is to be turned into a monthly l8? We're so terribly overburdened with work here that you can expect no more than an occasional contribution from us. You over there will also have to bestir yourselves. You should write an article every 4 or 6 weeks for it and not allow yourself to be 'governed' by your moods.