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The answers to the questions were:
QUESTION 1: In which newspaper was The Communist Manifesto first serialised? A: The Deutsche Londoner Zeitung.
QUESTION 2: An early translation of The Communist Manifesto referred to a ‘frightful hobgoblin’ – what was the hobgoblin doing? A: Haunting/stalking Europe
QUESTION 3: Name one of the ‘utopian socialists’ as described in The Communist Manifesto. A: Fourier / Owen / Saint-Simon
QUESTION 4: According to the manifesto, what is the only thing which proletarians of all countries have to lose? A: Their chains
QUESTION 5: Which British Prime Minister said the following about Marx’s Capital: “I only got as far as page two – that’s where the footnote is nearly a page long. I felt that two sentences of main text and a page of footnotes were too much”? A: Harold Wilson
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