Militant archives, mostly marxists.
The purpose of this site is to consolidate the text archive into a database for easy consultation and research. The texts have to be readable on screen, on mobile, but also exportable in epub (for reader), .pdf, format .doc or .odt ... The wiki format makes it possible to propose easily additions of texts, corrections (especially when OCRrized texts contain misprints), and links to versions of texts availables in other languages.
Benjamin Disraeli, Wang Jianhong, Flora Tristan, Lenin, Benoit Malon, Clara Zetkin, Bruno Bauer, Kant, Samuel Moore (translator of Das Kapital), August Bebel, Johann George Eccarius, Li Dazhao, Georgi Plekhanov, Lord John Russell, Thomas Malthus, Conrad Schmidt, Theodor Cuno, Maximilien Rubel, Jules Vidil, Rousseau...
Last added or edited texts
- Lenin, The Tasks of the Russian Social-Democrats, 1897
- Lenin, About a Certain Newspaper Article, September 1897
- Lenin, The New Factory Law, 1897
- Lenin, A Characterisation of Economic Romanticism, 1897
- Lenin, Draft and Explanation of a Programme for the Social-Democratic Party, 1895
- Lenin, To the Tsarist Government, 1896
- Lenin, What Are Our Ministers Thinking About?, 1895
- Lenin, To the Working Men and Women of the Thornton Factory, November 1895
- Lenin, Gymnasium Farms and Corrective Gymnasia, 1895
- Lenin, The Development of Capitalism in Russia, 1896
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Letters written by Marx before 1850
Texts with keywords 'War' and 'Denmark'
- Friedrich Engels, Defeat of the German Troops at Sundewitt, 2 June 1848
- Karl Marx, Letter from Germany. The War in Schleswig Holstein, 21 July 1850...
Texts related to feminism in China
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