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Two Popular Study Editions at the Beginning of the “Cold War”

  • Terrell Carver
  • Daniel Blank
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Part of the Marx, Engels, and Marxisms book series (MAENMA)

Abstract

Eight years after Germany was liberated from fascism by the Allied Forces, Landshut republished The German Ideology in his anthology Karl Marx: Die Frühschriften (Karl Marx: The Early Writings). This one-volume collection of Marx’s so-called early writings was essentially a new postwar edition of the 1932 two-volume publication Karl Marx: Der historische Materialismus: Die Frühschriften (see chapter 3). There are several noteworthy differences between these two publications, but the most interesting can be found in the particular way that The German Ideology was published.

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Early Writing Historical Materialism Dialectical Materialism Russian Edition German Socialism 
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© Terrell Carver and Daniel Blank 2014

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  • Terrell Carver
  • Daniel Blank

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