<strong>Marx&rsquo;s views</strong> were occasionally prescient, often wrong-headed, sometimes repugnant. But they had little in common with what later came to be understood as Marxism

Marx&amp;rsquo;s views were occasionally prescient, often wrong-headed, sometimes repugnant. But they had little in common with what later came to be understood as
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Marx’s views were occasionally prescient, often wrong-headed, sometimes repugnant. But they had little in common with what later came to be understood as Marxism

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