Economic Progress

What is Karl Marx's legacy 200 years on from his birth?

"From 1949, when Mao Zedong’s communists triumphed in China’s civil war, until the collapse of the Berlin Wall 40 years later, Karl Marx’s historical significance was unsurpassed." Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

Peter Singer

Professor, Princeton University

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