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Pp . 186- 2 19; . Forder, Marx und Engels am Vorabend d er Revolution, pp. 238 241; and also Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The C ommunist Manifesto. 48 . Woodcock, Anarchism, pp . 4 29 -430. 49 . GrUn also used the pseud onym Ernst von der Haide. There is a differenc e of opinion over his date of birth, which Max Nettlau gives as 18 1 3 in Der VorfrUhling der Anarchie, p. 161. Hannes Skambraks, editor of Zwischen 18 und 25 Jugend briefe von Friedrich Engels ( Berlin- East, 196 5), p . 28 1 gives the date as 1817, as do the editors of Marx-Engels Wer ke ( Berlin-East, 196 2) , Vol .
387 - 396 . Sidney Hook, From Hegel to Marx, p. 1 86 , relates that part of the manuscript of Die deutsche Ideol ogie, was in Hess ' handwriting. 47. On the split with Marx see: Ibid . , pp . 186- 2 19; . Forder, Marx und Engels am Vorabend d er Revolution, pp. 238 241; and also Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The C ommunist Manifesto. 48 . Woodcock, Anarchism, pp . 4 29 -430. 49 . GrUn also used the pseud onym Ernst von der Haide. There is a differenc e of opinion over his date of birth, which Max Nettlau gives as 18 1 3 in Der VorfrUhling der Anarchie, p.
J. Proudhon (Paris , 18 75) , II, pp . 198 - 199. 58 . Ibid . , pp . 200- 20 1. 59. Ibid . , p . 202, the book Systeme des contradictions ec onomiques, ou philosophie de la misere was published in October, 18 46, and immediately translated into German by Griin . " His conclusions are that Marx's The P overty of Philosophy was directed more against Hegel than Proudhon, and that the antipathy between Marx and Proudhon was the result of purely personal feelings more than it was the result of ideas .