Vladimir Adoratsky

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Vladimir Viktorovich Adoratsky (1878–1945) was a Soviet communist historian and political theorist. In 1920, he became assistant manager of the Central Archives Board, and in 1932 a member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. He wrote a number of works on the Marxist theory of the state and law, and on the philosophy and history of Marxism.[1]

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  • Adoratsky, V. Dialectial Materialism: The Theoretical Foundation of Marxism-Leninism, New York: International Publishers, 1934

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