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Reader’s Diary: Henri Lefebvre’s ‘Critique of Everyday Life’

The writings of Karl Marx will always remain a source of insight and inspiration, but vast swaths of the Marxist literature that exerted such a fascination when I was younger now seem barren of interest.
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