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This article was published in 1877.
97 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Social Organization" (I E).
1386 articles share this primary code.

  • Illinois Staats-Zeitung -- March 01, 1877
    Socialism and Communism

    Upon the invitation of the Turn Community of Chicago, Mr. Heinrich Ende of Milwaukee gave last night a lecture on "Socialism and Communism". The small audience which gathered there was proof enough that the Germans are not interested in Socialism. Attorney Philipp Stein introduced the speaker. Due to his extraordinary education the audience followed his speech with great interest.

    Whoever expected the speaker to demonstrate that Socialism and Communism are vastly different, was greatly disappointed. On the contrary, Mr. Ende did not deny that both sprang from the same root and therfore belong to the same class. "Communism is man's expression of the dark feeling, especially of the laborer, that a betterment of his lot has to come, whereas Socialism is a scientifically founded doctrine." Communism and Socialism differ without clashing....

    German
    I E, II B 2 g