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Marxism and Political Correctness By Donald H Sullivan
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How Marxism has infiltrated America and how it has used political correctness to steer our country toward socialism, and how we can fight it.
Understanding Marx and Marxism By Kyle Wright
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Get the latest version on Lulu. Want to know about Marx but short of time and unsure where to begin? Get a kickstart with this little book which will give you just enough to get you going. The... More > books in this bite-sized new series contain no complicated techniques or tricky materials, making them ideal for the busy, the time-pressured or the merely curious. This Book will encompass all the works he did and simplifies his doctrine and his lifestyle. Citations, footnotes and references of his works and other authors are credited in this Book if you want to study in-depth his ideas and understand all of Marx. The Book contains 52 pages with the following Contents: -The Simple Explanation of Marxism -A more Advanced Understanding of Marxism -Marxism Itself -Marx’s Theories -Class Theory -Marx’s Theory of History -Marx’s Theory of Alienation -Introduction to Karl Marx -Differences between Marxism and Communism -Overall -Common Question Answered with Historical Materialism -Footnotes< Less
Understanding Marx and Marxism By Kyle Wright
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Get the latest version on Lulu. Want to know about Marx but short of time and unsure where to begin? Get a kickstart with this little book which will give you just enough to get you going. The... More > books in this bite-sized new series contain no complicated techniques or tricky materials, making them ideal for the busy, the time-pressured or the merely curious. This Book will encompass all the works he did and simplifies his doctrine and his lifestyle. Citations, footnotes and references of his works and other authors are credited in this Book if you want to study in-depth his ideas and understand all of Marx. The Book contains pages with the following Contents: -The Simple Explanation of Marxism -A more Advanced Understanding of Marxism -Marxism Itself -Marx’s Theories -Class Theory -Marx’s Theory of History -Marx’s Theory of Alienation -Introduction to Karl Marx -Differences between Marxism and Communism -Overall -Common Question Answered with Historical Materialism -Footnotes< Less
Marxism, Socialism & Communism By Andreas Sofroniou
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The three terms ‘Marxism’, ‘Socialism’, and ‘Communism’ have different meanings and are often confused. While Marxism is a philosophical and scientific theory... More > about the nature of social evolution, ‘Communism’ and’ ’Socialism’ are words which are usually employed to designate certain political policies. The relationship between these policies and Marxism is that they aim, in varying degrees, at achieving the ends which Marxism is believed to justify. The difference, between Communists and Socialists is that Socialists accept the principle of achieving their ends through the machinery of a free democracy while Communists accept this only in so far as it is inevitable, and are ready to resort to unconstitutional means to attain their ends when such methods appear likely to be more successful. Although these seem to be the ends of both Socialism and Communism, there is no ground for the belief that Marxism justifies these ends in a moral sense, i.e. shows that they ought to be pursued.< Less
Marxism, Socialism & Communism By Andreas Sofroniou
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The three terms ‘Marxism’, ‘Socialism’, and ‘Communism’ have different meanings and are often confused. While Marxism is a philosophical and scientific theory... More > about the nature of social evolution, ‘Communism’ and’ ’Socialism’ are words which are usually employed to designate certain political policies. The relationship between these policies and Marxism is that they aim, in varying degrees, at achieving the ends which Marxism is believed to justify. The difference, between Communists and Socialists is that Socialists accept the principle of achieving their ends through the machinery of a free democracy while Communists accept this only in so far as it is inevitable, and are ready to resort to unconstitutional means to attain their ends when such methods appear likely to be more successful. Although these seem to be the ends of both Socialism and Communism, there is no ground for the belief that Marxism justifies these ends in a moral sense, i.e. shows that they ought to be pursued.< Less
On the Relationship between Catholicism and Marxism By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This short book contains a previously unpublished article of personal reflections on the relationship between Catholicism and Marxism. The book includes a critique of the Social Teaching encyclicals... More > written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II in the 1980s. Our conclusion is that it is completely possible, although at times existentially challenging, to be a Roman Catholic-Marxist. We will see how John Paul II subtly incorporated some of the key ideas of the liberation theologians into the official body of Roman Catholic Social Teaching after 1986. This book should help younger researchers who might be interested in but are struggling with Catholic Social Teaching and/or Marxism in either theoretical and/or practical realms.< Less
On the Relationship between Catholicism and Marxism By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This short book contains a previously unpublished article of personal reflections on the relationship between Catholicism and Marxism. The book includes a critique of the Social Teaching encyclicals... More > written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II in the 1980s. Our conclusion is that it is completely possible, although at times existentially challenging, to be a Roman Catholic-Marxist. We will see how John Paul II subtly incorporated some of the key ideas of the liberation theologians into the official body of Roman Catholic Social Teaching after 1986. This book should help younger researchers who might be interested in but are struggling with Catholic Social Teaching and/or Marxism in either theoretical and/or practical realms.< Less
On the Relationship between Catholicism and Marxism By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This short book contains a previously unpublished article of personal reflections on the relationship between Catholicism and Marxism. The book includes a critique of the Social Teaching encyclicals... More > written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II in the 1980s. Our conclusion is that it is completely possible, although at times existentially challenging, to be a Roman Catholic-Marxist. We will see how John Paul II subtly incorporated some of the key ideas of the liberation theologians into the official body of Roman Catholic Social Teaching after 1986. This book should help younger researchers who might be interested in but are struggling with Catholic Social Teaching and/or Marxism in either theoretical and/or practical realms.< Less
Essential Texts of Marxism-Leninism By Mike Bessler et al.
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A concise volume featuring five of the most important and influential works of the international communist movement.
TOWARDS A HISTORY OF THE INTERRELATIONS OF MARXISM AND ESOTERICISM By Thomas Daffern
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The book takes a detailed look at the rise of freemasonry in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, and examines the strange ambivalence of Marx and Engels' attitude to freemasonry and related secret... More > societies such as the carbonari. The work argues that the secret organisation of communist cells in fact owed a great deal to the earlier conspiratorial milieu of freemasonry and also finds considerable overlaps in their ideological orientations. The work attempts to chart a course which is neither anti-masonry nor pro-masonry, nor anti-Marxism nor pro-Marxism, and instead it is an early essay in transpersonal history, which seeks to uncover the deeper patterns behind history from both a spiritual and scientific perspective alike. The author is Director of the International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy.< Less

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