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The outbreak of the imperialist war in 1914 at first was proof of the strength of the bourgeois hegemony, so much so that most of the intellectuals and the world of culture observed the war with sympathy, if not with enthusiastic support. The preponderance of nationalist ideology in its various nuances was evident and support for the war could be manifested through a variety of points of view, that were at times even conflicting.
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Del Roio, Marcos. Gramsci’s Rosa. Marx, Engels, and Marxisms, p. 39-67. Available at: <http://hdl.handle.net/11449/223799>.