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Marx refers to another edition, Paris, 1835. [Editor's note.] 2 Ibid., p. 2 1 6.
Beaumont actually refers to all the States of North America. [Editor's note.] 3 Ibid.,
p. 217. * G. de Beaumont, op. cit. 6 A. de Tocqueville, De la democratie en
[Editor's note.] 3 The terms " species-life " (Gattungsleben) and " species-being " (
Gattungs- wesen) are derived from Feuerbach. In the first chapter of Das Wesen
des Christentwns [The Essence of Christianity], Leipzig, 1841, Feuerbach ...
92-7; " Philosophic der Tat," pp. 309-31. [Editor's note.] - This should read zu
einer. [Editor's note.] 3 Deutsch-Franzosische J ahrbikher, pp. 86-114. 4 See note
1 on p. 44 above. [Editor's note.] 1 Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations (2 vols.
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