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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 The 50 volumes contain all the written works of Marx and Engels including formerly unpublished manuscripts and letters. The early volumes contain correspondence between Marx and his father, Marx's poetry and letters from Engels to his sister. Latter volumes include the important theoretical works written by Marx: The Communist Manifesto, The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte and Capital. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 31

Marx:1861-1863

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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 The 50 volumes contain all the written works of Marx and Engels including formerly unpublished manuscripts and letters.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. . The texts in Volumes 28-37 represent the principal stages in the formation of Marx’s economic doctrine. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. Volume 31 contains the continuation of Marx’s economic manuscript of 1861-63, its central part – “Theories of Surplus Value”. The beginning of the manuscript is published in Volume 30 and the rest appears in volumes 32-34.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 32

Marx:1861-1863

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. The texts in Volumes 28-37 represent the principal stages in the formation of Marx’s economic doctrine. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. Volume 32 contains the continuation of Marx’s economic manuscript of 1861-63, its central part – “Theories of Surplus Value”. The beginning of the manuscript is published in Volumes 30 and 31; the rest appears in volumes 33-34.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 33

Marx:1861-1863

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscript of 1861-63 (the second draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. This volume is the fourth of the five volumes containing the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 34

Marx:1861-1864

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. The texts in Volumes 28-37 represent the principal stages in the formation of Marx’s economic doctrine. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. Volume 34 contains the conclusion of the Economic Manuscript of 1861-63, the manuscript “Chapter Six. Results of the Direct Production Process”, and separate pages and notes from the Economic Manuscript of 1863-64. It also contains the Subject Index to volumes 30 to 34.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 35

Karl Marx Capital: Volume 1

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. The texts in Volumes 28-37 represent the principal stages in the formation of Marx’s economic doctrine. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. This volume contains Volume I of Capital, Marx’s major economic work which deals with the process of production of capital.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 36

Karl Marx Capital:Volume 2

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. The texts in Volumes 28-37 represent the principal stages in the formation of Marx’s economic doctrine. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. This volume contains Volume II of Marx’s Capital published by Engels on the basis of the author’s unfinished manuscripts. Volume II deals with the circulation of individual and social capital, its metamorphoses and its realisation in the form of value and things.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 37

Karl Marx Capital: Volume 3

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. The texts in Volumes 28-37 represent the principal stages in the formation of Marx’s economic doctrine. Volumes 28 and 29 contain Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital) and his work A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One (1859). Volumes 30-34 comprise the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63 (the second rough draft of Capital), volumes 35-37 contain volumes I, II and III of Capital. Volume 37 contains Volume III of Capital first published by Engels on the basis of the author’s manuscript. Volume III deals with the study of those concrete forms and phenomena which arise in the process of capitalist production as a whole, as a unity of production and circulation.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 38

Marx and Engels: 1844-1851

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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 (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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. Volume 38 contains letters from October 1844 to December 1851, covering three stages in the development of Marxism. The first groups of letters, from 1844 to 1847, reflect the formative period and the development of Marxism as the scientific world outlook of the working class, the first practical steps taken by Marx and Engels to combine the theory of communism with the workers’ movement, and their efforts to set up a proletarian party. The second group of letters relate to the period of the bourgeois-democratic revolutions in Europe n 1848-49 which were the first historical test of Marxism. The letters written from late 1849 to 1851 refer to the beginning of the enforced emigration of Marx and Engels, when priority had to be given to theoretically generalising the experience of the revolution and of developing proletarian revolutionary strategy and tactics under new conditions.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 39

Marx and Engels:1852-1855

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. Volume 39 contains the letters of Marx and Engels to each other and to third persons from 1852 to 1855. The letters reflect the theoretical preoccupations of Marx and Engels during the period that followed the defeat of the 1848-49 revolution. The letters illustrate the harsh privations and trials of the period and throw light on various aspects of their studies and literary work as well as their co-operation and collaboration as political journalists. The letters illustrate the extensive contacts that Marx and Engels maintained with proletarian circles across Europe, the USA and other countries and their influence on the working-class movement and their contributions to the working-class press. The letters give a vivid impression of the vigorous action by Marx and Engels in defence of the active members of the Communist League who were victimised by police and judicial persecution, and they throw light on the background against which Marx wrote his pamphlet Revelations Concerning the Communist Trial in Cologne.

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Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol 40

Marx and Engels:1856-1859

Karl Marx & Frederick Engels

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. 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. This digital collection gives scholars access to the complete oeuvre in a fully searchable format. Volume 40 contains the letters of Marx and Engels from 1856 to 1959. They throw light on the further development of communist theory by Marx and Engels, on Marx’s progress in his economic research, their joint journalistic work for Das Volk and the New York Daily Tribune and their efforts to set up a working- class party. Many letters deal with Marx’s work in 1857-58 on a series of manuscripts that formed the first draft of Capital. The letters also give an idea of the studies Marx and Engels carried out in other fields, in particular of Engels’ work on military theory and military history in connection with the articles for the New American Cyclopaedia. The Appendix contains letters by Jenny Marx to Frederick Engels and to other people, most of them written at Marx’s request.

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