Maybe you saw something, and maybe you misremember it, but in any case, it isn't out there now. A supposed alteration to one of the defining (so to speak ) reference works of our time, and there's no trace of it now: you're just a guy on a forum making yet another outlandish claim, with nothing to back it up but your own word, and given your complete lack of any inclination to put some substance behind it, nobody should believe your claim. Really, they ought to believe that it's untrue.
I'm uninterested in your claims of Orthodox exceptionalism and your snide comeback about my church. Overlapping jurisdictions, when it comes to that, have been an aberration in Anglicanism for a matter of a couple of years, not decade after decade as has been the case in Orthodoxy. In that wise, you stand in a glass house, stone in hand.
I knew one day I'd come across something on the Soviets being allowed to change the definitions of the OED, and so I have:http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=3aFlAAAAIBAJ&sjid=uYwNAAAAIBAJ&pg=1152,3429441&dq=marxism+main+laws+of+development+of+nature+and+society&hl=enhttp://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1821&dat=19850409&id=zUstAAAAIBAJ&sjid=mp0FAAAAIBAJ&pg=3477,5210427
When is propaganda simply information and capitalism a system "based on the exploitation of man by man?" Answer: When Soviet editors redefine words in two products by the guardians of the English language-the publishers of the Oxford English Dictionary....."I suppose those justifying what we've done here would say, 'well, we've aligned, at Russian request, these words to the usage of that country.' I think that we should have said in the dictionary something to the effect that, 'in Marxist doctrine, Capitalism means such and such, or Socialism means such and such," and not done it quite so badly," said Richardson
Marxism, in "this edition...the OUP (Oxford University Press) sanctions...for sale only in the U.S.S.R." (so stating in English and Russian in each copy ""clearly marked 'special edition for the U.S.S.R.'"), means "teaching on the main laws of development of nature and society," opposed to the OED outside of the Soviet Union defining Marxism as pertaining to, or characteristic of...the doctrines of Karl Marx."
The date, April 9, 1985, matches how I recollected the report I read (no, it wasn't this one, but the facts are similar as I remembered them). It also explains the dearth of information on: it predates the net, and came very close to the fall of the Soviet Union, when such things were no longer in demand, one should think.