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Whoever compares the present proletarian move- ment and its varied and complicated course with the impression left by the Manifesto when one reads it without being provided with knowledge from other sources, may easily believe that there was something juvenile and premature in the confident boldness of those communists of fifty years ago. There is in them the sound as of a battle cry and an echo of the vibrant eloquence of some of the ora- tors of Chartism; there is the declaration of a new '93 with no room left for a new Thermidor.

It was metaphysical with Gruen and utopian with Weitling. Having its principal seat at London it was interested in the Chartist movement and had had some influence over it. org/access_use#pd-us-google acter, because it was neither the fruit of a premedi- tated experience, nor the embodiment of a con- spiracy or of a sect, how painful and difficult was the formation of a proletarian political party. The COMMUNIST MANIFESTO. 23 socialist tendency was not manifested in Chartism until the movement was near its end and was nearly finished (though Jones and Horner can never be forgotten).

29 the Hegelian dialectic had already described in its most general features, to the concrete explanation of the class struggle; and in this historic movement where it had been supposed that we observed the passage from one form of ideas to another form they saw for the first time the transition from one form of social anatomy to another, that is from, one form of economic production to another form. This historic conception, which gave a theoretic form to this necessity of the new social revolution more or less explicit in the instinctive consciousness of the proletariat and in its passionate and sponta- neous movements, recognizing the intrinsic and im- minent necessity of the revolution, changed the con- cept of it.

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