The Russian break? Mysterious history of reception of Marx’s ideas in future socialist fatherland (review essay)



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Winczewski, D. (2021). The Russian break? Mysterious history of reception of Marx’s ideas in future socialist fatherland (review essay). Studia Krytyczne/Critical Studies, (9), 133-140. https://doi.org/10.25167/sk.4498

Damian Winczewski 
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