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The formation of the economic thought of Karl Marx, 1843 to Capital.

Author: Ernest Mandel
Publisher: New York [Monthly Review Press], [1971]
Series: Modern reader paperback, PB-187
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Mandel, Ernest.
Formation of the economic thought of Karl Marx, 1843 to Capital.
New York [Monthly Review Press, 1971]
(OCoLC)583192402
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Mandel
ISBN: 0853451877 9780853451877
OCLC Number: 159247
Notes: Translation of La formation de la pensée économique de Karl Marx.
Description: 223 pages 22 cm.
Series Title: Modern reader paperback, PB-187
Other Titles: Formation de la pensée économique de Karl Marx.
Responsibility: Translated by Brian Pearce.

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