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14719Re: Marx, Engel and Morris on George

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  • John
    Dec 11, 2012
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      --- In LandCafe@yahoogroups.com, Wyn Achenbaum <wyn@...> wrote:
      >
      > A google search today yielded a couple of interesting things which I
      > thought some might want for their files.
      >
      > 1. Karl Marx on Henry George -- from The Advertiser, Adelaide,
      > 1914-06-16, quoting an 1881-06-20 letter from Marx
      > 2. A recent post on a blog called socialist-courier, which quotes
      > another Marx letter, dated 1881-06-30, Engels in 1887, and
      > William Morris, 1884-04-05.
      >
      > http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/6420876#pstart967018

      To me it appears Marx never thought of what George thought through, which was only based on others before him. Marx concentrated near 100% on Capital as the problem that created grinding poverty. I am sure he did recognize in the end what George made millions aware of, as he was a highly intelligent man, however it would have reversed most of his life's work. Fred Harrison did pick up on that Marx did understand land, but he gave it so little coverage that amounted only to a few lines here and there.

      Fred Harrison did a critique, in a newspaper or mag, on Marx. Does anyone know where it is on the web?
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