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-IC




In the Cold War era, anti-socialists often accused their enemies of being “socialistic” by which they meant that although they were not actually socialists, some of their beliefs were like those of socialists. But the “-ic” suffix is recklessly used in all kinds of settings, often without understanding its implications. Karl Marx was not “socialistic,” he was actually socialist.


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