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A central – perhaps *the* central idea of Marxism – is that “History” has laws, which are in principle discoverable. Marx claimed to have discovered them. He insisted that future “History”  – the general shape of events – could in principle be foreseen,  no less than the past is discernible from records. “The wrong side of history”, is […]

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