It has been said that the normal English reaction to uncomfortable
facts of life, such as Marxism, is an embarrassed but determined
silence. That anyone should experience a desire to enquire into
ideas as such, and to probe into the motives influencing them,
seems extraordinary. Marxism is, however, subjected to a close
study in this book, first published in 1957, and the collected
essays attempt the task of combining certain elements in the
heritage of modern culture with the insights of Marxism. There can
be no vital thinking for our age that does not do justice to both
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