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846 - 851. Read and analyze an excerpt from the Communist Manifesto . Describe Marxism and the Socialist Movement. The Socialist Movement. Development of Socialist parties: Germany: 1870s the “German Social Democratic Party” adopted Marxist ideology.

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846 851

846 - 851

Read and analyze an excerpt from

the Communist Manifesto.

Describe Marxism and the Socialist

Movement.

the socialist movement
The Socialist Movement
  • Development of Socialist parties:
    • Germany: 1870s the “German Social Democratic Party” adopted Marxist ideology.
    • Russia: 1883 exiles in Switzerland founded the “Russian Social Democratic Party”.
    • France: After the Paris Commune of 1880s, socialists united in 1905 in “French Section of Workers International”.
    • Belgium and Austria-Hungary
  • Eventually these parties grew into the “Socialist International”
karl marx and scientific socialism communism
Karl Marx and “Scientific Socialism” - Communism
  • 1848 – Marx published “The
  • Communist Manifesto”
  • 1864 – helps found the
  • “International Working
  • Men’s Association”
  • 1867 – Writes “Capital”
  • 1889 – The “Second
  • International” is formed as
  • a federation of socialist
  • parties.
revolutionary and radical
Revolutionary and RADICAL?

…not really.

  • Workers won the right to vote.
  • Nationalism continued to grow.
  • Standard of living rose.
  • Labor union movement became successful with their focus on “bread and butter” issues.
results
= RESULTS?
  • Adopted “Revisionism”
      • German Edward Bernstein argued in favor of “evolutionary socialism”.

vs.

      • Moderates such as French Jean Jaures’ rejected this revisionist concept.