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    Is Karl Marx to Blame for "Barracks Socialism"?A. P. Butenko - 1990 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 29 (2):32-47.
    The more urgently our social thought turns to past history, and the more resolutely it analyzes the distortions that have taken place, the more urgently appears the question: How could all these things happen, who is to blame for a distorted socialism becoming a reality in our country?
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    Historical Progress and the Dead End of the Mobilization Economy.A. P. Butenko - 1991 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 30 (3):61-82.
    In connection with the failures in the reorganization of the Soviet economy, increasingly frequent attempts have been made recently not only to rethink the path traversed by the Soviet economy and the difficulties it has experienced but also to clarify its place within the historical process as a whole. This is not accidental: even as it deals with the very concrete questions of Soviet history, our social thought has again and again encountered general problems whose lack of resolution simply blocks (...)
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    Societal Laws and Forms Involved in the Evolution Toward Socialism.A. P. Butenko - 1967 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 6 (3):23-33.
    With each step in history it becomes increasingly clear that the transition to socialism is the main content of the changes occurring in the world, and that it is precisely that process which represents the main channel in which contemporary social progress is occurring. "The Great October Socialist Revolution opened ‘a new era in world history’ , the era of the downfall of capitalism, and turned the prospects of mankind in the direction of socialism. The evolution of mankind during the (...)
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