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The Hague Congress of 1872


"You betrayed the proletariat cause!"
"No, YOU betrayed the proletariat cause!"
"You"
"You"
"Stop copying me!"
"Stop copying me."
"You betrayed the proletariat cause!" "No, YOU betrayed the proletariat cause!" "You" "You" "Stop copying me!" "Stop copying me."
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The Hague Congress of 1872 was a congress of the International Workingmen's Association, held one year after the Paris Comune collapsed. Karl Marx wanted the proletariat to take control of the state apparatus next time, so the revolution could defend itself. Mikhail Bakunin accused Marx of authoritarianism, and the conflict drove a wedge between the Marxists and the Anarchists.

Philosophers in this comic: Karl Marx, Mikhail Bakunin
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