„Marxism has been the greatest fantasy of our century.“

Epilogue, p. 1206
Main Currents Of Marxism (1978)
Kontext: Marxism has been the greatest fantasy of our century. It was a dream offering the prospect of a society of perfect unity, in which all human aspirations would be fulfilled and all values reconciled.

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