„Counterfeit philosophies have polluted all of your thoughts; Karl Marx has got you by the throat, and Henry Kissinger's got you tied up into knots.“

—  Bob Dylan

Song lyrics, Slow Train Coming (1979), When You Gonna Wake Up

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