A parent couple dislike their daughter dating a boy, pretty rude and no manner as said. This parent couple wisely introduces a friend's son, handsome and good manner to be friend with their daughter - leading their daughter distances from the rude boy.
Conclusion: You can replace and can't deny it. That led me to read the following news:
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Some discerning Democrats are at last telling the party chiefs that the party has no message to take to the hustings next year. That may be a misreading of the stars, Nancy Pelosi's horoscope and Chuck Schumer's tea leaves.
Dems face identity crisisThe Hill
Opinion:Blood money and the death party: Let's tone down the Trumpcare rhetoricLos Angeles Times
In Depth:Bruce Bartlett: Why I'm Not A DemocratHuffPost
Democrats can't come up with an inspirational theme - denying GOP can't work!
China: Some defame the CCP - Karl Marx theory; however, for so many years, these people can't create any theme better than the one they don't like. Ain't you social scholars? Karl Marx was a scholar. You? Only a critic, not much creative. too many critic now, more than ever. Quite few creator.
Karl Marx (1818–1883) is best known not as a philosopher but as a revolutionary, whose works inspired the foundation of many communist countries.
"Karl Marx was a Prussian-born (now west Germany) philosopher, economist, political theorist, sociologist, journalist, and revolutionary socialist. Born in Trier to a middle-class family, he later studied political economy and Hegelian philosophy."
A hugely influential revolutionary thinker and philosopher, Marx did not live to see his ideas carried out in his own lifetime, but his writings formed the theoretical base for modern international communism.
Karl Heinrich Marx was born on 5 May 1818 in Trier in western German, the son of a successful Jewish lawyer. Marx studied law in Bonn and Berlin, but was also introduced to the ideas of Hegel and
Feuerbach. In 1841, he received a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Jena. In 1843, after a short spell as editor of a liberal newspaper in Cologne, Marx and his wife Jenny moved to Paris, a hotbed of radical thought. There he became a revolutionary communist and befriended his life long collaborator, Friedrich Engels. Expelled from France, Marx spent two years in Brussels, where his
partnership with Engels intensified. They co-authored the pamphlet 'The Communist Manifesto' which was published in 1848 and asserted that all human history had been based on class struggles, but that these would ultimately disappear with the victory of the proletariat.
In 1849, Marx moved to London, where he was to spend the remainder of his life. For a number of
years, his family lived in poverty but the wealthier Engels was able to support them to an increasing
extent. Gradually, Marx emerged from his political and spiritual isolation and produced his most important body of work, 'Das Kapital'. The first volume of this 'bible of the working class' was
published in his lifetime, while the remaining volumes were edited by Engels after his friend's death.
In his final years, Karl Marx was in creative and physical decline. He spent time at health spas and
was deeply distressed by the death of his wife, in 1881, and one of his daughters. He died on 14
March 1883 and was buried at Highgate Cemetery in London.