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KARL MARX: MAN AND FIGHTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A less familiar angle on Karl Marx, but one that is significant and pertinent today. One gets, first and foremost, more of Marx the man, in his relations to his associates, his friends, family and enemies. One gets next the sense of the struggle against active opposing forces, opposition which served to strengthen and crystalize his theories into concrete workable form. A substantial, scholarly piece of work, for serious students of the Marxian philosophy.

Publisher: Lippincott