[luh-sal; German lah-sahl]
- Fer·di·nand [fur-dn-and; German fer-di-nahnt] /ˈfɜr dnˌænd; German ˈfɛr dɪˌnɑnt/, 1825–64, German socialist and writer.
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Lassalle is a better pupil of the Master than the priests who denounce socialism.
"That is not my fault, my dear Friedland," said Lassalle suavely.
"Perfect," cried Lassalle, who had been listening complacently.
Lassalle felt that the test-moment of his life had come, and the man of action must rise to it.
Lassalle's was not a second later, but he had already received his death-wound.
- Ferdinand (ˈfɛrdinant). 1825–64, German socialist and writer: a founder of the first German workers' political party (1863), which later became the Social Democratic Party
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