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The Conflict of Ideologies: Marxism vs. the Majority

  • Audio Mises Daily
August 18, 2010

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Marx and Engels, two men of unquestionable bourgeois background, hatched the class ideology of the proletarian class. They believed their adversaries could only be either bourgeois idiots or proletarian traitors, writes Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973).

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