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    Hi guys,
    I really need help because I am struggling how to answer this; Some people argue that articles 22 through 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are influenced by Marxism. Are they correct?
    Thank you!!!!!

    Those articles deal with social, health and economic rights. You'd need to look at the principles expressed and see whether they correlate solely to Marxist principles. If they do, then the people making the claim are definitely right. If you can demonstrate that those principles can also be protected/advanced according to other social or economic models, then the claim fails.
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