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By Hal Draper

During this 3rd quantity of his definitive learn of Karl Marx's political suggestion, Hal Draper examines how Marx, and Marxism, have handled the problem of dictatorship on the subject of the innovative use of strength and repression, relatively as this debate has headquartered at the use of the time period "dictatorship of the proletariat." Writing together with his traditional wit and conception, Draper strips away the layers of misinterpretation and incorrect information that experience amassed through the years to teach what Marx and Engels themselves particularly intended through the time period.

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