A query about word usage

Mark Jones mark.jones at tiscali.co.uk
Sat Dec 1 08:58:06 MST 2001


At 01/12/2001 14:00, you wrote:
>Can anybody explain the differences in usage between the terms
>"Marxist" and "Marxian"?  Is the choice of one term over the
>other a matter of individual taste, or is there a real distinction?
>Do Americans and Brits differ over the use of these terms?


"Marxian Socialism must always remain a portent to the historians of
Opinion - how a doctrine so illogical and so dull can have exercised so
powerful and enduring an influence over the minds of men, and, through
them, the events of history."
Keynes, John Maynard (1883 - 1946)
British economist. The End of Laissez-Faire, III, 1926

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Markian


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