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Robt Mann <[log in to unmask]>
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Marx certainly admired Darwin.
It's rumoured that he intended to dedicate the second book of Das Capital to
Darwin.
Marx died before the book could be written.

R



>Subject: fw: Evolution and Revolution

>http://www.socialistreview.org.uk/article.php?articlenumber=8667
> Evolution and Revolution
>
> Book Review by Terry Sullivan, November 2003
>
> Review of 'The First Darwinian Left' by David Stack, New Clarion Press
>12.95
>
>  Darwinism and socialism were two of the most important ideas of the 19th

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