Karl Marx and the radical critique of Judaism
London ; Boston : Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1978
xi, 466 pages
The Littman library of Jewish civilization
Hardcover book in good condition.
Dr. Carlebach examines and critically analyzes the significance of Marx's critique of Jews and Judaism from two points of view: as a committed Jew, and as a sociologist adopting the approaches of Mannheim and Sartre.