Author:Ferdinand Lassalle

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Ferdinand Lassalle
(1825–1864)
German-Jewish jurist, philosopher, socialist, and political activist
Ferdinand Lassalle

Works[edit]

  • The working man's programme. translated by Edward Peters 1884 (External scan)
  • Franz von Sickingen; a tragedy in five acts Translated by Daniel De Leon, 1910 (External scan)
  • The German classics of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: masterpieces of German literature, Volume 10 tr. into English Edited by Kuno Francke, 1913 (External scan)
    • The Workingmen's Programme. Translated by E. H. Babbitt p396
    • Science and the Workingmen. Translated by Thorstein B. Veblen p433
    • Open Letter to the Qentral Committee. Translated by E. H. Babbitt p490

Works about Lassalle[edit]


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