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HI. 1990. Healy Dorothy, and Maurice Isserman. Dorothy Healy Remembers. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Multiple authors]
Kautsky, Karl. 1916 (1902). The Social Revolution. Chicago, Illinois: Charles H. Kerr and Co. [Cited and original publication dates]
Marx, Karl. 1975a. Difference Between the Democritean. . .
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