By Elliott Johnson, Daniel Gray
The moment version of the Historical Dictionary of Marxism covers of the fundamentals of Karl Marx’s proposal, the philosophical contributions of later Marxist theorists, and the vast real-world political companies and constructions his paintings inspired—that is, the myriad political events, companies, nations, and leaders who subscribed to Marxism as a creed.
This textual content incorporates a chronology, an introductory essay, and an intensive bibliography. The dictionary part has over 500 cross-referenced entries on vital personalities, either thinkers and doers; political events and events; and significant communist or ex-communist nations. This publication is a wonderful entry element for college students, researchers, and an individual eager to be aware of extra approximately Marxism.
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