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The fiftieth anniversary of the death of Karl Marx, which took place on March 14, 1883, is being made the occasion for a reconsideration of the effect his teachings have had during the past half century. The following analysis by Professor Laski of the University of London has an additional interest at the present time in view of the statement by critics of Technocracy that its theories contain Marxist elements even though its advocates disavow any such influences.
Harold Laski; Marxism After Fifty Years. Current History 1 March 1933; 37 (6): 691–696. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19126.96.36.1991
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