[OPE-L:8095] Re: Post-Keynesian and Marxist Economics

From: gerald_a_levy (gerald_a_levy@msn.com)
Date: Tue Dec 03 2002 - 01:09:37 EST

Tony T asked in [8094]:

Would some help me with the correct quote and  source from Marx, that refers to '.... first time in tragedy, ... next time in farce'. 
Also, does anyone know of a good source of quotations and aphorism from Marx's writings (preferably a searchable electronic source). 

I'm not really sure what this has to do with "Post-Keynesian
and Marxist Economics", but ...

This was written by Marx in _The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis

In partial answer to your second question, I found the above by
doing a search of the writings of M&E at www.marxists.org
for "farce".  There were 54 matches.  One can see that Engels 
evidently also liked that saying since it was included in his 
letter to Marx dated 12/2/1851 (MECW Vol. 38, p. 503) --  the same
year that the '18th Brumaire' was published.

In solidarity, Jerry

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