Socialist thinkers: Eduard Bernstein (1850-1932)

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  • he began as a Marxist sympathiser, but later lost faith in that ideology and developed a new form of socialism
  • this would ultimately form the main opposition to classical Marxism 
  • Marxists saw him as a traitor to the cause of socialism
  • his ideas were branded revisionism, but his theories came to dominate European socialism, while Marxism turned into a distinct movement far removed from socialist principles


  • he became one


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