We aim in the domain of politics at republicanism;... Quote by August Bebel

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We aim in the domain of politics at republicanism; in the domain of economics at socialism; in the domain of what is today called religion, at atheism

About August Bebel

Nationality: German
Profession: Politician
Born: 22-Feb-1840
Died: 18-Mar-1913

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