7 edition of Demythologizing Marxism found in the catalog.
July 31, 1970
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OCLC Number: Description: Demythologizing Marxism book, pages 24 cm. Contents: Introduction / Frederick J. Adelmann --Some aspects of revisionist thinking / Peter Hebblethwaite --Karl Marx's first political writings: the Rheinische Zeitung, / Arthur Demythologizing Marxism book.
McGovern --Karl Marx and Max Stirner / Nicholas Lobkowicz --The future of a dialogue now possible: to become actual or to remain impossible. Demythologizing Marxism: a series of studies on Marxism.
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Book contains Thomas J. Blakeley's article "Christian-Marxist Dialogue and the Otherworld" as well as an appendix by Blakeley: "An Ireverent Replique to the Dewart-Garaudy Clique." Octavo, pp. In wraps.
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