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Victor Gollancz, London - first edition, 1936. hardcover, 8 3/4" x 5 1/2" (lacks jacket). Ours is an ex-library copy with tears to top & bottom of spine, worn edges, reinforced front hinge, and usual stickers, stamps etc (long before barcodes!). Binding is sound; text is clear. Book in FAIR condition. Black cloth-bound boards with gold title to spine, with 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" library plate to front. This fascinating work is showing its age [after three-quarters of a century in a lending library] - the author, then Associate Professor of Philosophy at New York University, claims to have established that Marx's ideas, true or false, were nor dogmatically arrived at by arbitary choice; that important manuscripts lie behind every major position Marx took. This book also provides the necessary information about the social and intellectual climate of Marx's times, its doctrinal issues & technical idioms, without a knowledge of which not even Marx's 'language' can be understood.