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Croatian Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels. Det kommunistiske manifest. The modern French , English and American writers all express the opinion that the State exists only for the sake of private property, so that this fact has penetrated into the consciousness of the normal man.
This phenomenon was evident already in the first Italian commercial republics; later, since the last century, it showed itself to a marked degree in Holland , where the stock exchange speculator Pinto drew attention to it as early as ,  and now it is again occurring in England.
It is therefore obvious that as soon as the bourgeoisie has accumulated money, the state has to beg from the bourgeoisie and in the end it is actually bought up by the latter. This takes place in a period in which the bourgeoisie is still confronted by another class, and consequently the state can retain some appearance of independence in relation to both of them. Even after the state has been bought up, it still needs money and, therefore, continues to be dependent on the bourgeoisie; nevertheless, when the interests of the bourgeoisie demand it, the state can have at its disposal more funds than states which are less developed and, therefore, less burdened with debts.
Modifications[ edit ] By the early s, political events in Europe, which he covered in articles for the New York Daily Tribune as well as a number of more substantial pieces, were forcing Marx to modify his theory to allow considerably more autonomy for the state. By , the mid century rebellions had all given way to conservatism the principal countries of Europe had autocratic or aristocratic governments: Napoleon III in France , Frederick Wilhelm IV in Germany , and in England a parliament populated mainly by members of the aristocratic class, whether Whig or Conservative.
Yet at the same time the bourgeoisie had economic power in places. For Marx, this was clearly an anomalous situation, and he gave it considerable attention. Marx makes several points. Regarding England, he says of the bourgeoisie: "if the aristocracy is their vanishing opponent the working class is their arising enemy. They prefer to compromise with the vanishing opponent rather than to strengthen the rising enemy, to whom the future belongs.
This would, among other things, make it difficult for the proletarians to form a clear conception of who was their principal enemy.