Ruge, Arnold( German writer and political activist)
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Ruge, Arnold (1802 - 1880) - German writer and political activist. In 1837, Mr.. participated in the base of the radical magazine "Hallische Jahrbucher fur Kunst und Wissenschaft". The magazine was soon closed, and Ruge moved to Dresden, where he began to publish "Deutshe Jahrbucher", but government persecution forced him to flee and leave, and he moved abroad for. During the revolution of 1848. Ruge returned home and founded the first in Leipzig and then in Berlin, a democratic newspaper "Die Reform". Elected to the Frankfurt Parliament, he took his place among the extreme left. In 1849, Mr.. Ruge was expelled from Berlin and in the same year took part in the uprisings in Saxony, and then was forced to flee to London. In London, together with Ledru-Rollin, Mazzini and others. founded the European Central Committee. Ruge was one of the prominent members of the I International and friend of Marx, with whom did a great deal, now published correspondence. In the last period of his life Ruge significantly popravel and before the Austro-Prussian War was placed in German newspapers welcome reviews of the policies of Bismarck.