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Only through Marxism, humanity will take a leap from the realm of necessity to the realm of freedom.

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How does liberal democracy adopt marxism to their own needs?

  1. Other Marxism In the inter-war period, and during the Second World War, many European . socialists tended to identify with 'communism . Western Marxists began to take independent intellectual stands apart from the rather stultifying orthodoxy of Marxist-Leninism as well as distancing themselves from the Soviet regime. In Italy Gramsci (1969) stressed the humanistic strands in Marx's early writings and the role of ideology in influencing the functioning of the modern state The British writer Ralph Miliband conceded that the British political system does incorporate a number of democratic features which makes it possible for ordinary people" to make themselves heard' A radical break with Stalinism is represented by a number of minor Marxist groups that were influenced by the writings of Leon Trotsky who denounced the way in which Communist Party rule had created a new class of exploiters in the Soviet Union - the party 'Apparatachiks

  2. Under Tito the Yugoslavs attempted to develop a more humane and participative version of communism in which workplace democracy and multinational participation played a greater role than in the USSR. Marxist-Feminism is a sub type of feminist theory which focuses on the dismantling of capitalism as a way to liberate women. They see gender inequality as determined ultimately by the capitalist mode of production. . The German theorists who constituted the Frankfurt School, especially Max Horkheimer. Theodor Adorno, Herbert Marcuse, ard J rgen Habermas: and Henri Lefelnre, Jeart-Paul Sartre. and Maurice Merleau-Ponty of Frauee