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The Marx-Engels Reader

@inproceedings{Marx1972TheMR,
  title={The Marx-Engels Reader},
  author={Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and Robert Charles Tucker},
  year={1972}
}
Compiles the significant writings of Marx and Engels in an attempt to trace the origins and meaning of classical Marxism. 
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