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Why did many people see Bernstein as an heir apparent to Marx and Engels?

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Why did many people see Bernstein as an heir apparent to Marx and Engels?

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Eduard Bernstein was one of the few socialists at the time who joined a Social Democratic Party very early on and had a lot of practical experience. He was the editor of the main newspaper and party newspaper. In 1878, he was exiled to Switzerland and produced a newspaper from Switzerland, which was smuggled into Germany for about over ten years and he was also the editor-in-chief. Therefore, he was one of the most influential people in not only publishing other socialists, but also maintaining a steady contact with Marx and Engels in London. How did his relationship with Marx and Engels play out? For one thing, he was always very meticulous about asking Marx and Engels whether they thought that his articles were actually reflecting Marxist theory. So, he was known to be very honest, very forthright, and a very busy correspondent. Also, he would keep in touch with the German Social Democratic Party leaders. People relied on him. He was very outgoing and very open. He was an easygoing p

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