The (in)famous author of the Communist Manifesto.
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Karl Marx on "The Jewish Question"
In 1943, Karl Marx, a Jew himself, wrote an essay on the integration of Jews into society, which some today call "anti-Semitic." In it he argues that, in a secular state, religious individuals, Jews included, will keep their religious affiliations. Though individuals can be "spiritually" and "politically" free in a secular state, they can still be bound to material constraints on freedom by economic inequality...