Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 21

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Works of Marx and Engels (1867-70)[edit source]

Prefacexvii

November 1867-mid-July 1870

The Fenian Prisoners at Manchester and the International Working Men's Association (Marx)3
The Position of the International on Prussian Protectionist Tariffs (Marx)5
Resolution on Changing the Place of the International's Congress in 1868 (Marx)6
Resolution of the General Council on Felix Pyat's Provocative Behaviour (Marx)7
Declaration of the General Council Concerning the British Government's Attitude Towards Tsarist Russia (Marx)8
Draft Resolution on the Consequences of Using Machinery under Capitalism Proposed by the General Council to the Brussels Congress (Marx)9
To the President and Executive Committee of the General Association of German Workers (Marx)10
Draft Resolution on the Reduction of the Working Day Proposed by the General Council to the Brussels Congress (Marx)11
The Fourth Annual Report of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association (Marx)12
To the Directorate of the Schiller Institute (Engels)18
On the Dissolution of the Lassallean Workers' Association (Engels)20
On the Dissolution of the Lassallean Workers' Association (Postscript) (Engels)24
Connections Between the International Working Men's Association and English Working Men's Organisations (Marx)25
How Mr. Gladstone's Bank Letter of 1866 Procured a Loan of Six Millions for Russia (Marx)28
Preamble to the Resolutions of the Geneva (1866) and Brussels (1868) Congresses of the International (Marx)31
Statement to the German Workers Educational Society in London (Marx)32
The International Working Men's Association and the International Alliance of Socialist Democracy (Marx)34
Resume of the Meetings of the General Council, International Working Men's Association to the Editor of The Bee-Hive (Marx)37
Report On the Miners' Guilds in the Coalfields of Saxony (Engels)39
The General Council of the International Working Men's Association to the Central Bureau of the International Alliance of Socialist Democracy (Marx)45
The Belgian Massacres. To the Workmen of Europe and the United States (Marx)47
Address to the National Labour Union of the United States (Marx)53
Preface to the Second Edition of The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte (Marx)56
Karl Marx (Engels)59
Report of the General Council on the Right of Inheritance (Marx)65
Report of the General Council to the Fourth Annual Congress of the International Working Men's Association (Marx)68
Draft Resolution of the General Council on the Policy of the British Government Towards the Irish Prisoners (Marx)83
The General Council to the Federal Council Romance Switzerland (Marx)84
Obituary (Marx)92
Preface to the Second Edition of The Peasant War In Germany (Engels)93
The English Government and the Fenian Prisoners (Marx)101
Concerning the Conflict in the Lyons Section (Marx)108
The General Council of the International Working Men's Association to Committee Members of the Russian Section in Geneva (Marx)110
Confidential Communication (Marx)112
To the International Metalworkers' Society (Marx)125
Resolution of the General Council on The Bee-Hive (Marx)126
Concerning the Persecution of the Members of the French Sections. Declaration of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association (Marx)127
Draft Resolution of the General Council on the "French Federal Section in London" (Marx)131
Resolution of the General Council on the Convocation of the Congress in Mainz (Marx)132
To the Committee of the German Social-Democratic Workers' Party (Marx & Engels)133
General Council Resolution on the Federal Committee of Romance Switzerland. The General Council to the Romance Federal Committee (Marx)136
The Lock-Out of the Building Trades at Geneva. The General Council of the International Working Men's Association to the Working Men and Women of Europe and the United States (Marx)137
Notes for the Preface to a Collection of Irish Songs (Engels)140
Confidential Communication to All Sections (Marx)142
Programme for the Mainz Congress of the International (Marx)143
The History of Ireland (Engels)145
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  • Old Ireland
  • 168

    From the Preparatory Materials

    Notes for an Undelivered Speech on Ireland (Marx)189
    Outline of a Report on the Irish Question Delivered to the German Workers' Educational Society in London on December 16, 1867 (Marx)194
    Remarks On the Programme and Rules of the International Alliance of Socialist Democracy (Marx)207
    Ireland from the American Revolution to the Union of 1801. Extracts and Notes (Marx)212
    • I From 1778 to 1782. Independence
    212
  • II From 1782 (after the Declaration of Independence) to 1795
  • 230
  • III
  • 262
  • Summary
  • 211
    Notes on Goldwin Smith's Book Irish History and Irish Character (Engels)285
    Varia on the History of the Irish Confiscations (Engels)297
    Plan for The History of Ireland (Engels)307
    Plan of Chapter Two and Fragments for The History of Ireland (Engels)308

    Appendices

    Record of a Speech on the Irish Question Delivered by Karl Marx to the General Workers' Educational Society in London On December 16, 1867317
    Record of Marx's Speeches on Changing the Place of the Congress of the International in 1868. From Newspaper Reports of the General Council Meetings of May 26 and June 16, 1868320
    Wilhelm Eichhoff. The International Working Men's Association. Its Establishment, Organisation, Political and Social Activity, and Growth322
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Successes of the International in Germany and France. From the Newspaper Report of the General Council Meeting of July 21, 1868380
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Consequences of Using machinery under Capitalism. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of July 28, 1868382
    Appeal to the German Workers in London385
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Reduction of the Working Day. From the Minutes of me General Council Meeting of August 11, 1868387
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Influence of Competition in Cotton Industry on the Condition of the Working Men in France. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of January 5, 1869386
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Condition of the Coalminers in the Coalfields of Saxony. From the Newspaper Record of the General Council Meeting of February 23, 1869380
    Resolution of the General Council on the Programme of the Basle Congress391
    Record of Marx's Speeches on Landed Property. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of July 6, 1869392
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Right to Inheritance. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of July 20, 1869394
    Record Of Marx's Speech On General Education. From the Minutes of the General Council Meetings of August 10 and 11398
    Address or the Land and Labour League to the Working Men and Women of Great Britain and Ireland401
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Policy of the British Government with Respect to the Irish Prisoners. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of November 16, 1869407
    Record of Marx's Speeches on the Policy of the British Government with Respect to the Irish Prisoners. From the Minutes of the General Council Meetings of November 23 and 30411
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Significance of the Irish Question. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of December 14, 1869413
    Articles by Jenny Marx on the Irish Question414
    414
  • II
  • 417
  • III
  • 420
  • IV
  • 425
  • V
  • 429
  • VI Agrarian Outrages in Ireland
  • 434
  • VII The Death of John Lynch
  • 437
  • VIII Letter from England
  • 439
    Letter of the General Council to Robert William Hume in New York442
    Record of Marx's Speech On The Bee-Hive. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of April 26, 1870444
    Account of a Letter by Karl Marx to the Committee of the Social-Democratic Workers' Party445
    Record of Marx's Speech on the Split in the Romance Federation. From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of June 28, 1870446

    Illustrations

    Page of the Minute Book with Marx's manuscript of "Concerning the Persecution of the Members of the French Sections"129
    First page of Engels History of Ireland149
    Map of Ireland158-59
    Page of Marx's manuscript Ireland from The American Revolution to the Union of 1801213