Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 24

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Works of Marx and Engels (1874-83)[edit source]

Refugee Literature (Engels)3
  • II. Programme of the Blanquist Commune Refugees
  • 12
  • III.
  • 19
  • IV.
  • 29
  • V. On Social Relations in Russia
  • 39
    Epilogue to Revelations Concerning the communist Trial in Cologne (Marx)51
    For Poland (Marx & Engels)55
    Semi-Official War-Cries (Engels)59
    Letter to August Bebel. March 18-28, 1875 (Engels)67
    Critique of the Gotha Programme (Marx)75
  • Letter to Wilhelm Bracke. May 5 1875
  • 77
  • Marginal Notes on Programme of the German Workers' Party
  • 81
  • I
  • 81
  • II
  • 91
  • III
  • 93
  • IV
  • 94
    Introduction to the Pamphlet On Social Relations in Russia (Engels)100
    Letter to the General Council of the International Working Men's Association in New York (Engels)105
    Speech at the Meeting Held to Commemorate the Anniversary of the Polish Uprising of 1863 (Engels)107
    Prussian Schnapps in the German Reichstag (Engels)109
  • I
  • 111
  • II
  • 122
    Wilhelm Wolff (Engels)129
  • I
  • 132
  • II
  • 136
  • III
  • 140
  • IV
  • 144
  • V
  • 147
  • VI
  • 150
  • VII
  • 155
  • VIII
  • 158
  • IX
  • 162
  • X
  • 166
  • XI
  • 169
    Letter to Enrico Bignami on the German Elections of 1877 (Engels)172
    From Italy (Engels)174
    British Agricultural Labourers want to Participate in the Political Life of their Country (Engels)179
    British Agricultural Union and the Collectivist Movement in the Countryside (Engels)181
    Karl Marx (Engels)183
    Letter to Otechestvenniye Zapiski (Marx)196
    To an Editorial Board in London (Marx)202
    On the Socialist Movement in Germany, France, the United States and Russia (Engels)203
    The Workingmen of Europe in 1877 (Engels)207
  • I
  • 209
  • II
  • 213
  • III
  • 216
  • IV
  • 221
  • V. Conclusion
  • 226
    Herr Bucher (Marx & Engels)230
    Reply to Bucher's "Declaration" (Marx)232
    Sir. George Howell's History of the International Working-Men's Association (Marx)234
    The Parliamentary Debate on the Anti-Socialist Law (Outline of an Article) (Marx)240
    The Anti-Socialist Law in Germany. The Situation in Russia (Engels)251
    Circular Letter to August Bebel, Wilhelm Liebknecht, Wilhelm Bracke and Others (Marx & Engels)253
  • I. The Negotiations with Carl Hirsch
  • 253
  • II. The Proposed Stance of the Paper
  • 259
  • III. The Manifesto of the Zurich Trio
  • 262
    About Karl Blind (Marx & Engels)270
    The Socialism of Mr. Bismark (Engels)272
  • I. The Customs Tariff
  • 272
  • II. The State Railways
  • 277
    Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (Engels)281
  • I
  • 285
  • II
  • 298
  • III
  • 306
    Note on the Poverty of Philosophy (Marx)326
    Workers' Questionnaire (Marx)328
  • I
  • 328
  • II
  • 329
  • III
  • 330
  • IV
  • 333
    Introduction to the French Edition of Engels' Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (Marx)335
    Preamble to the Programme of the French Workers' Party (Marx)340
    To the Meeting in Geneva Held to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Marx & Engels)343
    Drafts of the Letter to Vera Zasulich (Marx)346
  • First Draft
  • 346
  • Second Draft
  • 360
  • Third Draft
  • 364
    Letter to Vera Zasulich (Marx)370
    To the Chairman of the Slavonic Meeting, March 21st 1881, in Celebration of the Anniversary of the Paris Commune (Marx & Engels)372
    To the Editor of The Daily News (Marx & Engels)374
    A Fair Day's Wages for a Fair Day's Work (Engels)376
    The Wages System (Engels)379
    Trades Unions (Engels)382
  • I
  • 382
  • II
  • 385
    The French Commercial Treaty (Engels)389
    Two Model Town Councils (Engels)394
    American Food and the Land Question (Engels)397
    The Wages Theory of the Anti-Corn Law League (Engels)400
    A Working Men's Party (Engels)404
    Bismarck and the German Working Men's Party (Engels)407
    To the Editor of the Freiheit (Engels)410
    Cotton and Iron (Engels)411
    Social Classes - Necessary and Superfluous (Engels)415
    Draft for the Speech over the Grave of Jenny Marx (Engels)419
    Jenny Marx, née von Westphalen (Engels)422
    Preface to the Second Russian Edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party (Marx & Engels)425
    Bruno Bauer and Early Christianity (Engels)427
    The Vicar of Bray (Engels)436
    The Mark (Engels)439
    Preface to the First German Edition of Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (Engels)457
    Jenny Longuet, née Marx (Engels)460
    To the New Yorker Volkszeitung (Engels)462
    Draft of a Speech at the Graveside of Karl Marx (Engels)463
    Karl Marx's Funeral (Engels)467
    To the Editors of the New Yorker Volkszeitung (Engels)472
    On the Death of Karl Marx (Engels)473

    From the Preparatory Materials[edit source]

    Notes on Bakunin's Book Statehood and Anarchy (Marx)485
    Note on Page 29 of the Histoire de la Commune (Engels)527
    Marginal Notes on Adolph Wagner's Lehrbuch der politischer Oekonomie (Marx)531

    Appendices[edit source]

    Declaration by Karl Marx on His Naturalisation in England563
    Speeches by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels at the Meeting Held to Celebrate the 36th Anniversary of the German Workers' Educational Society in London, February 7, 1876565
    Frederick Engels' Notice on the Death of His Wife, Lydia Burns567
    Account of Karl Marx's Interview with the Chicago Tribune Correspondent568
    Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff's Account of a Talk with Karl Marx (from a Letter to Crown Princess Victoria)580
    Account of an Interview of Karl Marx with John Swinton, Correspondent of The Sun583
    Statement on the Closure of L'Egalité586

    Illustrations[edit source]

    The first page of Marx's Critique of the Gotha Programme79
    The title-page of Engels' pamphlet On Social Relations in Russia, Leipzig, 1875101
    The title-page of the Volks-Kalender, Brunswick, 1878185
    The first page of Marx's "Letter to Otechestvenniye Zapiski"197
    A page of the "Circular Letter to August Bebel, Wilhelm Liebknecht, Wilhelm Bracke and Others" by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels255
    The title-page of the authorised English edition of Engels' Socialism: Utopian and Scientific283
    The first page of Marx-s "Introduction to the French Edition of Engels' Socialism: Utopian and Scientific337
    L'Egalité, No. 24, June 30, 1880, containing Marx's "Preamble to the Programme of the French Workers' Party"341
    A page of the first draft of Marx's letter to Vera Zasulich347
    A page of Der Sozialdemocrat No. 13, March 22, 1883, containing Engels' article "Karl Marx's Funeral"465
    Part of a page from Marx's "Notes on Bakunin's Book Statehood and Anarchy"489