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  • I have read the Handbook of Marxism that Emil Burns edited.
  • You’re not a real Marxist and you know it.
  • They were from his sister and Robert Jordan learned that everything was all right in Tafalla, that father was well, that mother was the same as always but with certain complaints about her back, that she hoped he was well and not in too great danger and she was happy he was doing away with the Reds to liberate Spain from the domination of the Marxist hordes.

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  • As a child, he adopted a Castro-inspired Marxism.
  • A heady mix of Eastern Marxism and orthodox Hinduism, spiked with a shot of democracy.
    Arundhati Roy  --  The God of Small Things

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