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  1. The tyranny form of government
    1. The concept of power
    2. The tyrant, the sole holder of power
  2. Tyranny, a controversial and transient system
    1. A controversial system
    2. A transient regime

Included in this chronology are dates that are emblematic of cultural and scientific progress during the period 1848-1914. Unable to publish several works (or discovered) by the same author (or researcher), the author decided to include only a single date, wanting it to be the most significant, but generally falling into one set, so as to give an overview of key cultural and scientific elements of this period. This extract is from the document: "1848: Publication of the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels". This short text, which did not meet with great success at its publication, was supposed to be understandable by everyone, and addressed specifically to the "proletarian masses". Why did a few lines of socialist ideology subsequently serve as a reference, although it was far less comprehensive than other works of Marx and Engels?

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