AbstractMarxism is a body of social, political, and economic thought derived from the writings of Karl Marx and his collaborator, Friedrich Engels. Various schools of Marxism have emerged since Marx's death in 1883; many of these remain influential today (see also SOCIALISM and COMMUNISM).
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