"Workingmen of all countries unite!” It was those simple words etched onto paper that sent Europe into revolt. While some historians argue that the social unrest and liberal desires in Europe were building since the ages of Napoleon, it is hard to argue that the release of Karl Marx's work directly before the revolutions did not spark them.
In early 1847, Karl Marx would change the world when he teamed up with Friedrich Engels to release the Communist Manifesto. A document analyzing the European Class Struggle and failures of Capitalism. However, it was the latter parts of the work that calling for the reader to overthrow all social conditions that would change Europe.
After less than a year of publication, with the aid of the League of the Just , the simple pamphlet was being read across the German Confederation, France, Austria, and even the United Kingdom, where it was translated to English. Being printed in over 6 languages, the pamphlet had become well-known in the year since its publication; along with other sociopolitical factors, it would greatly contribute to the social unrest in the following years.
It is 1848. Revolution is upon us.
 Point of Divergence, The League of the Just becomes "above-ground" in September 1846 instead of June 1847. As a result, Karl Marx releases the Manifesto earlier and is able to get it spread across Europe.
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