By Allan Kulikoff
While either males espoused emancipation for American slaves, the following their agreements ended. Lincoln proposal that the loose exertions society of the yank North supplied nice possibilities at no cost males lacking from the yankee South, one of those "farm ladder" that gave each guy the power to turn into a landowner. Marx inspiration such "free land" a chimera and (with details from German-American correspondents), was once yes that the yankee destiny lay within the proletarianized cities.
Abraham Lincoln and Karl Marx in Dialogue intersperses brief decisions from the 2 writers from their voluminous works, commencing with an creation that places the information of the 2 males within the large context of nineteenth-century proposal and politics. the quantity excerpts Lincoln's and Marx's perspectives on slavery (they either adversarial it for various reasons), the Civil struggle (Marx claimed the conflict involved slavery and may have as its objective abolition; Lincoln insisted that his aim was once simply the defeat of the Confederacy), and the possibilities American unfastened males needed to achieve land and financial independence.
Through this quantity, readers will achieve a less assailable figuring out of nineteenth-century exertions family in the course of the Atlantic global: slavery and loose exertions; the interconnections among slave-made cotton and the exploitation of English proletarians; and the worldwide influence of the yankee Civil War.
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