Karl Marx Quote
It is now perfectly clear to me that, as the shape of his head and the growth of his hair indicate, he is descendant from the negroes who joined in the flight of Moses from Egypt (unless his mother or grandmother on the father's side was crossed with a nigger). Now this union of Jewishness to Germanness on a negro basis was bound to produce an extraordinary hybrid. The importunity of the fellow is also niggerlike.
Letter to Engels dated 1862, regarding Ferdinand Lassalle, as quoted in William Otto Henderson (1989). Marx And Engels And The English Workers: And Other Essays, Psychology Press, ISBN 9780714633343, p. 71.