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The critical one still includes the more-value concept, the appropriation of the work that generates the profit of the industrials; the concept of profit generated exclusively for the value-work is economically unsustainable, and proper Marx posthumously admits problems with the concept in published rough drafts (282). He attributes the moral interpretation that Marx makes of the economy to its formation as Jewish; for the author the basic characteristic of the Jewish thought is the moral judgment; this would also explain the intransigncia with that combat the bourgeois society. Just left the medieval captivity of the ghetto, the Jew sees the society with other eyes. This exactly to look at allowed the Freud to enxergar the forbidden world them sexual instincts (292). The tremendous violence and animosity of the Capital seem to have been influenced per the years that proper Marx lived in the misery in London; the previous workmanships to the London period if detach for the revolutionary enthusiasm; the posterior workmanships are ferinas in attacks to the capitalism. Marx is completely skeptical in relation to the democracy; he was created in an authoritarian country and he always printed a deeply authoritarian administration to the socialist movement; he only conceives transformations from bloody revolutions. He completely ignored the election of socialist members of the house of representatives for the Reichstag, from 1867, and the way intermediary to conquer rights and concessions from electoral pressure. Had to the persecutions politics Marx he starts to live in London, in conditions of extreme poverty, that will be the cause of the death of a son and the constant nervous crises of the wife.

Engels remains in Germany and working in the businesses of the family, and practically goes to support the friend. From 1860 the syndical movement becomes more organized (250); in the 1864 Marx it participates of 1. Meeting of the International Association of the Workers, and soon starts to control the entity; in 1869 it congregates 800,000 members in all Europe.