Gemǣnre ǣhte rǣd

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Gemǣnre ǣhte rǣd (on Nīwenglisce hātte Communism) is gefērscipes endebyrdness in þǣm þe gefērscipes gradu sind adeligod and ǣht is gemǣnlīce gewealden; hit is ēac stēormǣllic oncnāwness and gefērsciplīc brǣdung þe tīemeþ and seteþ self tō scieppenne swelce gefērrǣdene.[1]

Karl Marx sægde þæt gemǣnre ǣhte rǣd bēo sēo æftermeste byrdnesse in gefērrǣdene, þe wǣre gedōn þurh weorcmanna onhebbunge and wǣre ānlīce mihtlīc æfter middel byrdness macaþ þā forþberendan mihta, þe inlǣde oferblǣd gōda and þegniscipa.[2][3]

"Smǣte gemǣnre ǣhte rǣd" in þǣm Marxiscan andgiete tācnaþ ge gradlēase, ge rīclēaes, ge ofþricnesslēase gefērrǣdne[sēðung þurfed] þǣr cēosunga be þǣm þe man forþbirþ and be þǣm rǣdum þe mann wolde gesēcan sind gedōn folcwealde,[sēðung þurfed] þe lǣteþ ǣlcne dǣlnimend gefērrǣdene tō dǣlnimenne þæs cēosunge macunge weorces in ge þǣm stēormǣllīcum and feohwendunglīcum dǣlum līfes. In nīwlīcre nytte is þæt word "gemǣnre ǣhte rǣd" oft gebrocen tō hātenne þā rǣd þāra missenlīcena gemǣnǣhtrǣdlicena rīca, þā wǣron ānwealdendu weald þe hæfdon middellīce wealdena feohwendunga and ǣhte eallra þāra middela forþbǣro. Se mǣsta dǣl gemǣnǣhtrǣdlicra wealda staðolode heora geþeaht on Marxleniniscum rǣde.

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  1. "Communism". Columbia Encyclopedia. 2008. 
  2. Schaff, Kory (2001). Philosophy and the problems of work: a reader. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, 224. ISBN 0-7425-0795-5. 
  3. Walicki, Andrzej (1995). Marxism and the leap to the kingdom of freedom: the rise and fall of the Communist utopia. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0-8047-2384-2.