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Arnold Ruge (1802–1880)

Ruge, Arnold (rö’gė). A German publicist; born at Bergen, Island of Rügen, Sept. 13, 1802; died at Brighton, England, Dec. 31, 1880. He was an Hegelian; an associate of Karl Marx in Paris, publishing with him the ‘German-French Year-Books’ (1843–45). Among his works are: ‘Two Years in Paris’ (1845); ‘Poetic Pictures’ (1847); ‘Political Pictures’ (1848); ‘Our System’ (1850); ‘In Former Times’ (1862–67); and ‘Manifesto to the German People’ (1886); also the dramas, ‘Schill and His People’ and ‘The New World.’