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Bloom, Solomon Frank (1941) - The World of Nations

Bloom, Solomon Frank (1941) - The World of Nations

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Solomon Frank Bloom: The World of Nations. A Study of the National Implications in the Work of Karl Marx, New York: Columbia University Press 1941
Solomon Frank Bloom: The World of Nations. A Study of the National Implications in the Work of Karl Marx, New York: Columbia University Press 1941

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THE
World of Nations
A STUDY OF THE NATIONAL
IMPLICATIONS IN THE
WORK OF KARL MARX
SOLOMON FRANK BLOOM
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR
OF PHILOSOPHY, IN THE FACULTY OF POLITICALSCIENCE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
NEW YORKCOLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
941
 
COPYRIGHT 1941
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, NEW YORK
Foreign agents:
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS,
Humphrey Milford, ilmenHouse, London, E.C. 4, England,
AND
B. I. Building, Nicol Road,Bombay, India;
MARUZEN COMPANY, LTD.,
6 Nihonbashi,
Tori-Nichome, Tokyo, Japan
TO MY MOTHER
Manufactured in the United States of .4merica
 
PREFACE
T
HE
criticism of those who were kind enough to readthis essay in manuscript has been of great value to me.Throughout the investigation I had the privilege of dis-
cussing its problems with Professor Carlton J. H. Hayes
of Columbia University. His was the challenge that helped
me to clarify my interpretation. Professor Geroid Tan-
quary Robinson, also of Columbia University, gave me thebenefit of his meticulous scholarly and editorial judgment.
I took some knotty issues in Marxism to my colleagueProfessor Arthur Rosenberg and came away much en-lightened. Professor Robert C. Binkley of Western Re-
serve University, who died in his prime last year, showeda characteristically warm interest in the study.
Gratefully remembered, too, is the counsel of my col-leagues Professor Jesse Dunsmore Clarkson, Dr. HaroldWeinstein, Mr. Samuel Hurwitz, Professors Virginia D.
Harrington and Hans Rosenberg; and of Professors
Joseph Dorfman of Columbia University, Mr. Herman
Simpson, Professor Abram L. Harris of Howard Univer-sity, and Mr. Ira Progoff.My sister Adele Bloom has shown me, in numberlessways, a rich and rare loyalty. She will surely forgive mc
my debts, for they cannot be repaid.
S. F. B.
Brooklyn College
November, 1940

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