German socialism and Ferdinand Lassalle - is a work which was published in 1891 and written by William Harbutt Dawson.
He was a British journalist, civil servant and writer, recognized as an expert on German politics and society.
Let's think about socialism the way we want, we should not forget about its existence.
This is the great strength of our civilization, the most important factor in national life.
It is hardly an idle pursuit to trace the growth of this huge social force in Germany, since Germany can not only be considered a classic country of modern socialism, but other countries, both continental and transatlantic, feed on socialist doctrines from different countries.
In addition, England bears some responsibility for the German socialist movement.
In addition to the influence exerted by British political economists and socialists on the representatives of scientific socialism in Germany, one should not forget that many of the active leaders of militant communism, socialism and social democracy, for example, Marx, Engels, etc.
Liebknecht spent years on English soil and made England his base of operations, much to the disgust of the German authorities.
The work and propaganda of these people prove that their experience of working with the free institutions of England only increased their dissatisfaction with the state of affairs prevailing in the country, so it would not be an exaggeration to say that England, innocently or indirectly, made a very large contribution to the success of socialist propaganda in Germany.
Few subjects are currently more controversial than socialism, and yet it still seems impossible to view it in an impartial and strictly scientific spirit.
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