Karl Kautsky


Karl Kautsky (1854-1938) was recognized as among the most authoritative promulgators of Orthodox Marxism after the death of Friedrich Engels and was called by some the Pope of Marxism. Following the First World War, Kautsky became an outspoken critic of the Bolshevik Revolution and its excesses, engaging in polemics with V.I. Lenin and Leon Trotsky on the nature of the Soviet state. A principal figure in the history of the Internationalist Socialist movement, he first became famous as editor of the fourth volume of Karl Marx's economic critique of capitalism, Das Kapital.


Wie Der Weltkrieg Entstand

Karl Kautsky


The Class Struggle (Erfurt Program), Volume 14

Karl Kautsky and Wm E. B. 1877 Bohn


Die deutschen Dokumente zum Kriegsausbruch 1914

Karl Kautsky and Max Graf Montgelas


Produktion Und Konsum Im Sozialstaat

Karl Kautsky


Henrik Ibsen: Enemy of the People

Henrik Ibsen


Are the Jews a Race?

Karl Kautsky


La Lutte Des Classes En France En 1789

Karl Kautsky


The Guilt of William Hohenzollern

Karl Kautsky


The Road to Power

Algie Martin Simons and Karl Kautsky


Les Trois Sources du Marxisme

Karl Kautsky


Erinnerungen Und Erörterungen

Karl Kautsky and Karl Benedikt Kautsky Kautsky