Ferdinand Lassalle( Famous German socialist, one of the founders of the German Social-Democracy.)
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Biography Ferdinand Lassalle
Ferdinand Lassalle (1825 - 1864) - The famous German socialist, one of the founders of the German Social-Democracy. Historic merit of Lassalle and the main result of his political activities lies in the fact that he managed to awaken the masses of workers in Germany from their slumber, into which they plunged after the 1848 revolution. Lassalle, waging a desperate struggle with the liberals, their powers under the influence of the workers, pushed his vigorous agitation of the latter to self-organization Vsegermanskogo Workers Union. Se and was created in 1863. life under the chairmanship of Lassalle. In the theory of socialism and the political program of Lassalle, though, and considered himself a disciple of Marx and Engels, but deviate significantly from their world. So, . based on their understanding of the laws, . which govern wages, . considering it at least a permanent and unchangeable value, . he put forward as a panacea for the evils of capitalist society, productive working partnership, . subsidized,
On the other hand, Lassalle gave an exaggerated importance to universal suffrage, for which he indulged in not always perfect politicking with Bismarck. Lassalle has left behind a number of major scientific publications and printed speeches. "We call it Teraklita", . study obdasta Greek philosophy, . "The system of acquired rights" philosophical-legal study, . "Bastiat-Schulze", . economic study, . Finally, . his speech: "The essence of the constitution", . Program workers ", . still not lost its scientific and literary merits,
. After the death of Lassalle his followers, Lassalleans, merged with Eisenachers-Marxists at the Gotha Congress in 1875, creating a unified Germany's Social Democratic Party.