Newspaper Reports of Marx's Speech in the First Workers' Association of Vienna on August 30, 1848
|Written||30 August 1848|
Published in English for the first time in Marx-Engels Collected Works, Volume 7
[Die Constitution No. 133, September 1, 1848][edit source]
Dr. Marx spoke about the workers, especially the German workers abroad.—The national workshops and the latest workers’ revolution in Paris. He asserted that the German workers could be proud that a considerable number of those deported were their compatriots.— The Chartists in England and the recent Chartist movements. England and the complete emancipation of the workers of Europe. Belgium.
[Der Volksfreund No. 109, September 3, 1848][edit source]
Dr. Marx, editor of the [Neue] Rheinische Zeitung, greeted the Association and said that he felt it an honour to speak also to a workers’ association in Vienna, as he had already done in Paris, London and Brussels.