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The oppressed and the oppressor

It maybe true to say that there is nothing in Marxism which specifically defines “cultural Marxism,” insofar as Marxism is more of an economic critique of the economy of the 19th century bourgeoisie. Nevertheless, Marx saw the need for a...
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