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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 06
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The Marx/Engels Collected Works is the largest collection of translations of the complete works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels covering the period 1835-1895. The 50 volumes contain all the written works of Marx and Engels including formerly unpublished manuscripts and letters. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. The volumes are organised into three groups: (1) philosophical, historical, political, economic and other works, in chronological order; (2) Marx’s Capital with his preliminary versions and works directly connected with it, particularly the Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58, better known under the editorial heading Grundisse der Kritik der Politischen Okonomie ; (3) the letters of Marx and Engels which are extremely rich in theoretical content and provide an indispensable source for the study of the biographies of Marx and Engels. Volume 6 includes works written on the eve of the bourgeois-democratic revolutions of 1848-49 in Europe. They reflect on the concluding stage of Marx and Engels working out of the general theoretical foundations of Marxism, their first steps towards the creation of a proletarian party and their drawing up of the programme and tactical platform of the international working class movement. The volume contains Marx’s Poverty of Philosophy. The central work in this volume is the Manifesto of the Communist Partypublished with its preliminary versions (“Draft of a Communism Confession of Faith”,Principles of Communism). This is the first programmatic document of scientific communism expounding the fundamentals of Marxism in a comprehensive and systematic form. Also included in this volume are numerous articles and reports by Marx and Engels published in The Northern Star, Deutsche-Brusseler-Zeitung, La Reforme plus documents of the Communist League.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-xi
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  1. Translators
  2. p. xiii
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  1. Preface
  2. p. xv
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  1. KARL MARXandFREDERICK ENGELSWORKSAutumn 1845-March 1848
  2. pp. 1-2
  1. THE FESTIVAL OF NATIONS IN LONDON
  2. pp. 3-14
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  1. THE STATE OF GERMANY
  2. pp. 15-33
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  1. STATEMENT
  2. pp. 34-34
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  1. [CIRCULAR AGAINST KRIEGE]
  2. pp. 35-51
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  1. VIOLATION OF THE PRUSSIAN CONSTITUTION
  2. pp. 52-53
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  1. LETTERFROM THE BRUSSELS COMMUNIST CORRESPONDENCECOMMITTEE TO G. A. KÖTTGEN
  2. pp. 54-56
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  1. THE PRUSSIAN BANK QUESTION
  2. pp. 57-57
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  1. ADDRESSOF THE GERMAN DEMOCRATIC COMMUNISTSOF BRUSSELS TO MR. FEARGUS O'CONNOR
  2. pp. 58-60
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  1. [GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION IN FRANCE]
  2. pp. 61-63
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  1. THE PRUSSIAN CONSTITUTION
  2. pp. 64-71
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  1. [DECLARATION AGAINST KARL GRÜN]
  2. pp. 72-74
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  1. [THE CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION IN GERMANY]
  2. pp. 75-91
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  1. PROTECTIVE TARIFFS OR FREE TRADE SYSTEM
  2. pp. 92-95
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  1. DRAFT OF A COMMUNIST CONFESSION OF FAITH
  2. pp. 96-104
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  1. THE POVERTY OF PHILOSOPHY
  2. pp. 105-212
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  1. THE DECLINE AND APPROACHING FALL OF GUIZOT.—POSITION OF THE FRENCH BOURGEOISIE
  2. pp. 213-219
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  1. THE COMMUNISMOF THE RHEINISCHER BEOBACHTER
  2. pp. 220-234
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  1. GERMAN SOCIALISM IN VERSE AND PROSE
  2. pp. 235-273
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  1. THE ECONOMIC CONGRESS
  2. pp. 274-278
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  1. THE PROTECTIONISTS, THE FREE TRADERSAND THE WORKING CLASS
  2. pp. 279-281
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  1. THE FREE TRADE CONGRESS AT BRUSSELS
  2. pp. 282-290
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  1. THE COMMUNISTS AND KARL HEINZEN
  2. pp. 291-306
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  1. [THE COMMERCIAL CRISIS IN ENGLAND.—THE CHARTIST MOVEMENT.—IRELAND]
  2. pp. 307-309
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  1. THE MASTERS AND THE WORKERS IN ENGLAND
  2. pp. 310-311
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  1. MORALISING CRITICISMAND CRITICAL MORALITY
  2. pp. 312-340
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  1. PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNISM
  2. pp. 341-357
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  1. [THE AGRARIAN PROGRAMME OF THE CHARTISTS]
  2. pp. 358-360
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  1. [THE CHARTIST BANQUETIN CONNECTION WITH THE ELECTIONS OF 1847]
  2. pp. 361-363
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  1. THE MANIFESTO OF M. DE LAMARTINE
  2. pp. 364-366
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  1. THE CIVIL WAR IN SWITZERLAND
  2. pp. 367-374
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  1. THE REFORM MOVEMENT IN FRANCE
  2. pp. 375-382
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  1. [THE CHARTIST MOVEMENT]1
  2. pp. 383-384
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  1. SPLIT IN THE CAMP.—THE RÉFORME AND THE NATIONAL.—MARCH OF DEMOCRACY
  2. pp. 385-387
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  1. [ON POLAND]
  2. pp. 388-390
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  1. [THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE POLISH REVOLUTIONOF 1830]
  2. pp. 391-392
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  1. REFORM BANQUET AT LILLE.—SPEECH OF M. LEDRU-ROLLIN
  2. pp. 393-396
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  1. REFORM MOVEMENT IN FRANCE.—BANQUET OF DIJON
  2. pp. 397-401
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  1. REMARKSON THE ARTICLE BY M. ADOLPHE BARTELS
  2. pp. 402-403
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  1. LAMARTINE AND COMMUNISM
  2. pp. 404-405
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  1. THE RÉFORME AND THE NATIONAL
  2. pp. 406-408
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  1. LOUIS BLANCS SPEECH AT THE DIJON BANQUET2
  2. pp. 409-411
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  1. CHARTIST AGITATION
  2. pp. 412-414
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  1. WAGES
  2. pp. 415-437
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  1. [THE COERCION BILL FOR IRELANDAND THE CHARTISTS]
  2. pp. 445-447
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  1. FEARGUS O'CONNOR AND THE IRISH PEOPLE2
  2. pp. 448-449
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  1. SPEECH ON THE QUESTION OF FREE TRADE
  2. pp. 450-465
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  1. THE CHARTIST MOVEMENT
  2. pp. 466-467
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  1. THE SITUATION IN FRANCE
  2. pp. 468-468
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  1. EXTRAORDINARY REVELATIONS.—ABDEL-KADER.—GUIZOT'S FOREIGN POLICY
  2. pp. 469-472
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  1. THE CHARTIST MOVEMENT
  2. pp. 473-476
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  1. MANIFESTOOF THE COMMUNIST PARTY
  2. pp. 477-519
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  1. THE MOVEMENTS OF 1847
  2. pp. 520-529
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  1. THE BEGINNING OF THE END IN AUSTRIA
  2. pp. 530-536
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  1. THE DÉBAT SOCIAL OF FEBRUARY 6ON THE DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION
  2. pp. 537-539
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  1. THREE NEW CONSTITUTIONS
  2. pp. 540-544
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  1. [ON THE POLISH QUESTION]
  2. pp. 545-552
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  1. A WORD TO THE RIFORMA
  2. pp. 553-555
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  1. REVOLUTION IN PARIS
  2. pp. 556-558
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  1. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN STAR
  2. pp. 559-563
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  1. TO THE EDITOR OF LA RÉFORME
  2. pp. 564-566
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  1. [PERSECUTION OF FOREIGNERS IN BRUSSELS]
  2. pp. 567-568
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  1. [THE SITUATION IN BELGIUM
  2. pp. 569-570
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  1. FROM THE PREPARATORY MATERIALS
  2. pp. 571-572
  1. PROTECTIONISTS
  2. pp. 573-573
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  1. DEMAND
  2. pp. 574-575
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  1. DRAFT PLAN FOR SECTION IIIOF THE MANIFESTO OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY526
  2. pp. 576-576
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  1. PAGE FROM THE ROUGH DRAFTOF THE MANIFESTO OF THE COMMUNIST PART
  2. pp. 577-580
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  1. NOTES ON THE ARREST,MALTREATMENT AND EXPULSIONOF WILHELM WOLFF BY THE BRUSSELS POLICEFEBRUARY 27 TO MARCH 1, 1848
  2. pp. 581-582
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  1. APPENDICES
  2. pp. 583-584
  1. RULESOF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE
  2. pp. 585-588
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  1. [A CIRCULAR OF THE FIRST CONGRESSOF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE TO THE LEAGUE MEMBERSJUNE 9, 1847
  2. pp. 589-600
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  1. NOTE BY MARXON THE FORMATION OF THE BRUSSELS COMMUNITYAND CIRCLE OF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUEAUGUST 5, 1847
  2. pp. 601-601
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  1. THE CENTRAL AUTHORITY TO THE LEAGUE
  2. pp. 602-615
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  1. THE NORTHERN STARON THE MEETING IN LONDON ON NOVEMBER 29, 1847TO MARK THE 17TH ANNIVERSARYOF THE POLISH INSURRECTION OF 1830
  2. pp. 616-623
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  1. ADDRESS OF THE DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATIONOF BRUSSELS TO THE SWISS PEOPLE
  2. pp. 624-626
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  1. MINUTES OF ENGELS' LECTURETO THE LONDON GERMAN WORKERS' EDUCATIONALSOCIETYON NOVEMBER 30, 1847
  2. pp. 627-629
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  1. MINUTES OF MARX'S REPORTTO THE LONDON GERMAN WORKERS' EDUCATIONALSOCIETYON NOVEMBER 30, 1847
  2. pp. 630-631
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  1. MINUTES OF ENGELS' LECTURETO THE LONDON GERMAN WORKERS' EDUCATIONALSOCIETYON DECEMBER 7, 1847
  2. pp. 632-632
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  1. RULES OF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE
  2. pp. 633-638
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  1. FROM THE REPORTOF THE DEUTSCHE-BRÜSSELER-ZEITUNGON THE NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATIONOF THE GERMAN WORKERS' SOCIETY IN BRUSSELSDECEMBER 31, 1847
  2. pp. 639-639
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  1. THE ASSOCIATION DÉMOCRATIQUE OF BRUSSELSTO THE FRATERNAL DEMOCRATSASSEMBLING IN LONDON
  2. pp. 640-642
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  1. FROM THE DEUTSCHE-BRÜSSELER-ZEITUNG'S REPORTON THE MEETING OF THE DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATIONOF FEBRUARY 20, 1848
  2. pp. 643-643
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  1. FROM THE DEUTSCHE-BRÜSSELER-ZEITUNCS REPORTON THE BRUSSELS CELEBRATIONOF THE SECOND ANNIVERSARYOF THE 1846 CRACOW INSURRECTION
  2. pp. 644-644
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  1. TO THE CITIZENS,MEMBERS OF THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTOF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC
  2. pp. 645-646
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  1. TO MR. JULIAN HARNEY,EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN STAR,SECRETARY OF THE FRATERNAL DEMOCRATS SOCIETY,LONDON
  2. pp. 647-648
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  1. FERDINAND FLOCON TO MARX
  2. pp. 649-649
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  1. ORDER OF LEOPOLD I,KING OF THE BELGIANS,FOR MARX'S EXPULSION FROM BELGIUM
  2. pp. 650-650
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  1. DECISION OF THE CENTRAL AUTHORITYOF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE,MARCH 3, 1848
  2. pp. 651-652
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  1. TRAVEL DOCUMENT ISSUED TO MARXON HIS EXPULSION FROM BELGIUM
  2. pp. 653-653
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  1. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PARIS COMMUNITYOF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE OF MARCH 8, 1848
  2. pp. 654-655
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  1. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PARIS CIRCLEOF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE OF MARCH 9, 1848
  2. pp. 656-657
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  1. ANNOUNCEMENTBY THE GERMAN WORKERS' CLUB IN PARIS
  2. pp. 658-658
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  1. NOTESANDINDEXES
  2. pp. 659-776
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