Select any sentence from The Marx-Engels Reader, and comment on it. feel free to disagree with the Marx.
Select any sentence from The Marx-Engels Reader, and comment on it. feel free to disagree with the Marx.
Textbook: The Marx-Engels Reader 2/e, edited by Robert Tucker (Norton, 1978).
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BEGIN your reflection by QUOTING THE SENTENCE you've selected from “The Marx-Engels Reader”. and proceed from there to comment on it as you see fit. Your radical intellectual freedom, another premium value, is yours for the taking, since the only mind worth having is a free mind. I will evaluate your work based on the quality of your writing and the cogency of the points you choose to develop; not based on any position you take.

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Textbook: The Marx-Engels Reader 2/e, edited by Robert Tucker (Norton, 1978).