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Jason Rex Fraser replied to Sam K's discussion Materialism and Marxism in the group The Great Debate
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Seitanist Dan replied to Vendetta's discussion Were Hitler and the Nazi's actually Socialist? in the group The Great Debate
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Seitanist Dan replied to Vendetta's discussion Were Hitler and the Nazi's actually Socialist? in the group The Great Debate
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