Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 6

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Works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels[edit source]

1845-48

Prefacexv
The Festival of Nations in London (Engels)3
The State of Germany (Engels)15
Statement (Marx)34
Circular Against Kriege (Marx & Engels)35
  • Section One. How Communism Became Love-Sick
36
  • Section Two. The Volks-Tribun's Political Economy and Its Attitude Towards Young America
  • 41
  • Section Three. Metaphysical Trumpeting
  • 44
  • Section Four. Flirtations with Religion
  • 46
  • Section Five. Kriege's Personal Stand
  • 50
    Violation of the Prussian Constitution (Engels) 52
    Letter from the Brussels Communist Correspondence Committee to G. A. Kottgen (Marx & Engels)54
    The Prussian Bank Question (Engels)57
    Address of the German Democratic Communists of Brussels to Mr. Feargus O'Connor (Marx & Engels)58
    Government and Opposition in France (Engels)61
    The Prussian Constitution (Engels)64
    Declaration Against Karl Grun (Marx)72
    The Constitutional Question in Germany (Engels)75
    • I.
    75
  • II. The Status Quo and the Bourgeoisie
  • 78
    Protective Tariffs or Free Trade System (Engels)92
    Draft of a Communist Confession of Faith (Engels)96
    The Poverty of Philosophy. Answer to the Philosophy of Poverty by M. Proudhon (Marx)105
  • Foreword.
  • 109
  • Chapter I. A Scientific Discovery.
  • 111
    • § 1. The Opposition Between Use Value and Exchange Value
    111
      • § 2. Constituted Value or Synthetic Value
    120
      • § 3. Application of the Law of the Proportionality of Value
    144
        • A) Money
    144
        • B) Surplus Left by Labour
    152
    161
    • § 1. The Method.
    161
      • § 2. Division of Labour and Machinery.
    178
      • § 3. Competition and Monopoly.
    190
      • § 4. Property or Rent.
    197
      • § 5. Strikes and Combinations of Workers.
    206
    The Decline and Approaching Fall of Guizot.-Position of the French Bourgeoisie. (Engels)213
    The Communism of the Rheinischer Beobachter. (Marx)220
    German Socialism in Verse and Prose. (Engels)235
    • 1. Karl Beck. Lieder vom armen Mann or the Poetry of True Socialism.
    235
  • 2. Karl Grun, Uber Gothe vom menschlichen Standpunkte Darmstadt, 1846.
  • 249
    The Economic Congress. (Engels)274
    The Protectionists, the Free Traders and the Working Class (Marx)279
    The Free Trade Congress at Brussels. (Engels)282
    The Communists and Karl Heinzen. (Engels)291
    The Commercial Crisis in England.-The Chartist Movement.-Ireland. (Engels)307
    The Masters and the Workers in England. To the Worker Editors of L'Atelier. (Engels)310
    Moralising Criticism and Critical Morality. A Contribution to German Cultural History. Contra Karl Heinzen. (Marx)312
    Principles of Communism. (Engels)341
    The Agrarian Programme of the Chartists. (Engels)358
    The Chartist Banquet in Connection with the Elections of 1847. (Engels)361
    The Manifesto of M. de Lamartine. (Engels)364
    The Civil War in Switzerland. (Engels)367
    The Reform Movement in France. (Engels)375
    The Chartist Movement. (Engels)383
    Split in the Camp.-The Reforme and the National.- March of Democracy. (Engels)385
    On Poland. Speeches at the International Meeting Held in London on November 29, 1847 to Mark the 17th Anniversary of the Polish Uprising of 1830. (Marx & Engels)388
  • Marx's Speech.
  • 388
  • Engels' Speech.
  • 389
    The Anniversary of the Polish Revolution of 1830. (Engels)391
    Reform Banquet at Lille.-Speech of M. Ledru-Rollin (Engels)393
    Reform Movement in France. Banquet of Dijon. (Engels)397
    Remarks on the Article by M. Adolphe Bartles. (Marx)402
    Lamartine and Communism (Marx)404
    The Reforme and the National. (Engels)406
    Louis Blanc's Speech at the Dijon Banquet. (Engels)409
    Chartist Agitation. (Engels)412
    Wages. (Marx)415
  • [A].
  • 415
  • [B] Additions.
  • 415
  • I. Aktinson.
  • 415
  • II. Carlyle.
  • 416
  • III. McCulloch.
  • 416
  • IV. John Wade.
  • 416
  • V. Babbage.
  • 419
  • VI. Andrew Ure.
  • 420
  • VII. Rossi.
  • 420
  • [VIII]. Cherbuliez.
  • 421
  • [IX]. Bray. Savings Banks.
  • 421
  • [C]
  • 422
  • I. How Does the Growth of the Productive Forces Affect Wages?.
  • 422
  • II. Competition Between Workers and Employers.
  • 423
  • III. Competition Among the Workers Themselves.
  • 424
  • IV. Fluctuations of Wages.
  • 424
  • V. Minimum Wage.
  • 425
  • VI. Suggestions for Remedies.
  • 425
  • VII. Workers' Associations.
  • 435
  • VIII. Positive Aspect of Wage Labour.
  • 436
    The "Satisfied" Majority.-Guizot's Scheme of "Reform".-Queer Notions of M. Garnier-Pages.-Democratic Banquet at Chalon.-Speech of M. Ledru-Rollin.-A Democratic Congress.-Speech of M. Flocon.-The Reforme and the National (Engels)438
    The Coercion Bill for Ireland and the Chartists. (Engels)445
    Feargus O'Connor and the Irish People. (Engels)448
    Speech on the Question of Free Trade Delivered to the Democratic Association of Brussels at Its Public Meeting of January (Marx)450
    The Chartist Movement. [The Fraternal Democrats to the Working Classes of Great Britain and Ireland]. (Engels)466
    The Situation in France. (Marx)468
    Extraordinary Revelations.-Abd-el-Kader.-Guizot's Foreign Policy. (Engels)469
    The Chartist Movement. [Meeting in Support of the National Petition]. (Engels)473
    Manifesto of the Communist Party. (Marx & Engels)477
  • I. Bourgeois and Proletarians.
  • 482
  • II. Proletarians and Communists.
  • 497
  • III. Socialist and Communist Literature.
  • 507
    • 1 Reactionary Socialism.
    507
        • a. Feudal Socialism
    507
        • b. Petty-bourgeois Socialism
    509
        • c. German, or "True", Socialism
    510
      • 2. Conservative, or bourgeois Socialism.
    513
      • 3. Critical-Utopian Socialism and Communism.
    514
    518
    The Movements of 1847. (Engels)520
    The Beginning of the End in Austria. (Engels)530
    The Debat social of February 6 on the Democratic Association. (Marx)537
    Three New Constitutions. (Engels)540
    On the Polish Question. (Marx & Engels)545
  • Speech by Karl Marx.
  • 545
  • Speech by Mr. Frederick Engels.
  • 549
    A Word to the Riforma. (Engels)553
    Revolution in Paris. (Engels)556
    To the Editor of The Northern Star. (Engels)559
    To the Editor of La Réforme. (Marx)564
    Persecution of Foreigners in Brussels. (Marx)567
    The Situation in Belgium. (Engels)569

    From the Preparatory Materials[edit source]

    Protectionists. (Marx)573
    Demand. (Marx)574
    Draft Plan for Section III of the Manifesto of the Communist Party (Marx)576
    Page from the Rough Draft of the Manifesto of the Communist Party. (Marx)577
    Notes on the Arrest, Maltreatment and Expulsion of Wilhelm Wolff by the Brussels Police. (Marx)581

    Appendices[edit source]

    Rules of the Communist League (June 1847)585
    A Circular of the First Congress of the Communist League to the League Members. June 3, 1847589
    Note by Marx on the Formation of the Brussels Community and Circle of the Communist League. August 5, 1847601
    The Central Authority to the League.602
    The Northern Star on the Meeting in London on November 29, 1847 to Mark the 17th Anniversary of the Polish Insurrection of 1830616
    Address of the Democratic Association of Brussels to the Swiss People.624
    Minutes of Engels' Lecture to the London German Workers' Educational Society on November 30, 1847.627
    Minutes of Marx's Report to the London German Workers' Educational Society on November 30, 1847.630
    Minutes of Engels' Lecture to the London German Workers' Educational Society on December 7, 1847632
    Rules of the Communist League (December 1847)633
    From the Report of the Deulsche-Brusseler-Zeitung on the New Year's Eve Celebration of the German Workers' Society in Brussels, December 31, 1847639
    The Association Democratique of Brussels to the Fraternal Democrats Assembling in London640
    From the Deutsche-Brusseler-Zeitung's Report on the Meeting of the Democratic Association of February 20, 1848643
    From the Deutsche-Brusseler-Zeitung's Report on the Brussels Celebration of the Second Anniversary of the 1846 Cracow Insurrection644
    To the Citizens, Members of the Provisional Government of the French Republic645
    To Mr. Julian Harney, Editor of The Northern Star, Secretary of the Fraternal Democrats Society, London647
    Ferdinand Flocon to Marx in Brussels. March 1, 1848649
    Order of Leopold I, King of the Belgians, for Marx's Expulsion from Belgium650
    Decision of the Central Authority of the Communist League, March 3,1848651
    Travel Document Issued to Marx on His Expulsion from Belgium653
    Minutes of the Meeting of the Paris Community of the Communist League, March 8, 1848654
    Minutes of the Meeting of the Paris Circle of the (Communist League. March 9, 1848.656
    Announcement by the German Workers' Club in Paris.658
    Announcement of the Regular Meeting of the German Workers' Club in Paris.658

    Illustrations[edit source]

    First page of the lithographed "Circular Against Kriege"37
    Cartoon by Engels of Frederick William IV making the royal speech at the opening of the United Diet in Berlin, April 1167
    Beginning of Engels' manuscript, "Draft of a Communist Confession of Faith"97
    Cover of the first edition of Marx's The Poverty of Philosophy107
    A page of the Deutsche-Brusseler-zeitung with Marx's "Communism of the Rheinischer Beobachter" and the beginning of Engels' essays "German Socialism in Verse and Prose"223
    First page of Marx's manuscript "Wages"417
    First page of a separate edition of Marx's Speech on the Question of Free Trade" (Brussels, February 1848)452
    Cover of the first German 23-page edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party479
    Cover of the 1848 30-page edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party483
    Cover of the pamphlet containing the speeches "On the Polish Question" by Marx and Engels547
    Bottom of the page from Marx's manuscript, "Protectionists", with drawings by Engels578
    A page of the rough draft of the Manifesto of the Communist Party579