Artículos periodísticos by Karl Marx

By Karl Marx

«Si ese periódico capitalista de Nueva York lo hubiera tratado mejor, si Marx hubiera seguido siendo solo un corresponsal de prensa extranjero, los angeles historia habría podido ser diferente.» J. F. Kennedy

Los artículos periodísticos de Marx constituyen un testimonio clave para comprender el curso social, político y económico del siglo XIX y su legado histórico.
Estos escritos son también fundamentales para aproximarse al pensamiento del filósofo alemán y al paisaje vivo de su época de un modo más didáctico y rítmico, apoyado en l. a. inmediatez de los angeles noticia, los angeles sátira y los angeles crítica más que en l. a. gravedad del tratado. No obstante, los artículos de Marx, por su talento como historiador y economista, distan mucho de ser piezas al uso de un periodista corriente: su conocido rigor y voluntad revolucionaria están siempre presentes.
Es en los periódicos, y no en sus tratados filosóficos, donde Marx se enfrenta de manera directa al presente, a l. a. desigualdad, l. a. violencia y los angeles explotación, y lo hace con inigualable destreza.

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Although capitalism is compatible with dictatorship, it also thrives in societies with representative government in which certain civil liberties are maintained, at least for most people most of the time. The “creative destruction” by which new products and new markets supersede old ones is facilitated by a moderately flexible society in which there is a degree of open dialogue and adaptation to new conditions. Furthermore, representative government provides social supports and opportunities for some citizen participation that can mitigate some of the worse excesses of capitalism, thus protecting the system against itself.

22 Technology, which includes everything from hoes, shoes, televisions and needles to jet aircraft and supercomputers, is both a product of society and a reflection of political and economic values. Some technologies are more supportive of a nonviolent society than others. For example, interactive communication media such as the post, telephone and email provide fewer opportunities for domination than do one-directional media such as newspapers and television. 23 This outline gives only the briefest introduction to possibilities for a nonviolent society.

For example, consider the courageous stand of publisher Jacobo Timerman in Argentina, who maintained his newspaper’s open resistance until he was arrested and tortured. An international campaign led to his release and he wrote about his experiences in a powerful book. 18 Ruthlessness—namely, the psychology of the ruler—may not be the key factor. Instead, the real issue is how to make the ruler dependent in some way on the nonviolent resisters. This might be economic dependence or it could be the influence of family members who know people in the resistance.

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