Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for July 09, 1975
Phred: Class, our lesson for today will be on the "Communist Manifesto." This is where it all started! I mean, when you get back to basics, you get back to Marx! Karl Marx, (1818-1883), father of communism, was one of the most gifted social philosophers of his day! Unfortunately, he couldn't write for beans! This problem was resolved when in 1845 he teamed up with ace pamphleteer F. Engels, one of the hottest hired pens in all of Europe. The combination proved unbeatable! Voice: Like Gilbert and Sullivan? Phred: Yes, only more intense.