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Karl Marx Quotes: He freed man from outer religiosity because he made religiosity the inner man. He freed the body from chains because he enchained the heart.
         

He freed man from outer religiosity because he made religiosity the inner man. He freed the body from chains because he enchained the heart.


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He freed man from outer religiosity because he made religiosity the inner man. He freed the body from chains because he enchained the heart.
         



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