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By Ruth Kinna

The heritage of the left is mostly instructed as one among factionalism and department. This number of essays casts new mild to teach how the limits among Marxism and anarchism were extra porous and fruitful than is conventionally regarded. the amount contains ground-breaking items at the historical past of socialism within the twentieth-century.

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