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eBook Karl Marx, Frederick Engels: Marx and Engels Collected Works 1858-60 (KARL MARX, FREDERICK ENGELS: COLLECTED WORKS) download ISBN: 0717805166
Author: Karl Marx,Friedrich Engels
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by Karl Marx (Author), Friedrich Engels (Author). Sixteenth Volume of what will be a 50 volume work

by Karl Marx (Author), Friedrich Engels (Author). Sixteenth Volume of what will be a 50 volume work. Fully annotated and with bibliographical data and indexes. Series: KARL MARX, FREDERICK ENGELS: COLLECTED WORKS.

Index to Collected Works of Marx and Engels. M/E) 1858-60, mainly events in Europe. See Internationale, for information about original manuscripts of Marx and Engels. Volume 17. (M/E) 1859-60, including Herr Vogt and military matters.

Karl Marx, Frederick Enge. has been added to your Cart. The reports from Marx and Engels on the wide variety of international events of the world in about 1860 makes reading this book seem like reading the newspaper in 1860.

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Marx/Engels Collected Works (also known as MECW) is the largest existing collection of English translations of many of the works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.

Marx/Engels Collected Works (also known as MECW) is the largest existing collection of English translations of many of the works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. It contains publications by Marx and Engels released during their lifetimes, many unpublished manuscripts of Marx's economic writings, and extensive correspondence

Karl Marx and Frederick Engels The German Ideology Critique .

Karl Marx and Frederick Engels The German Ideology Critique. Friedrich Engels is perhaps best remembered as the confidant, colleague, and benefactor of Karl Marx. Engels was born into a Calvinist family on November 28, 1820. Engels also co-authored three major works with Marx, the most important being the Communist Manifesto (1948). Engels also wrote several historical works, which are more important to historians than to economists.

Sixteenth Volume of what will be a 50 volume work. For the first time their writings are being made fully available in English, including manuscripts not published during their lifetime, their correspondence as well as supplementary notes, outlines and projects. Fully annotated and with bibliographical data and indexes.
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Risinal
Because the description doesn't give much information, and the previous reviewer didn't refer to the work by its most popular title, I felt it necessary to say that this is the first part of what is usually known as the 'Grundrisse'--or 'outline', short for "Outline of the Critique of Political Economy'. This is considered the first draft of Capital. The next volume, 29, contains the second part of the Grundrisse, as well as 'Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy', the preface of which is quite famous for its description of certain aspects of Marx's historical materialism.
Amis
Everything was great, The book is of impressive quality, especially for the price.
Brol
This is Volume 10 of the "Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels." International Publishers began publication of this "Collected Works" series in 1975. The publishers anticipated that the "Collected Works" would include everything ever written by Marx and Engels during their lifetimes and would consist of 50 volumes. Originally, publishers hoped the entire 50 Volumes of the "Collected Works" would be in print by 1985. This current volume--Volume 10--was published in 1978.

The writings contained in Volume 10 were written between 1849 and 1851. Immediately, after the revolutionary events of the 1848 and 1849 time period, Marx and Engels sought to analyze in depth the events of that revolutionary period of time. The Revolution of 1848 consisted of a series of uprisings of the citizens of various countries. Each uprising had a peculiar nature that was unique to the country where the uprising took place. However, rather than stressing the differences between the individual uprisings, Marx and Engels sought to stress their similarities. The uprisings represented the struggle of the common people to attain democratic freedoms and economic/political reforms, e.g. a constitution, democratically elected assemblies with a broad electorate participating in the election of representatives to the assembly. These were bourgeois/democratic reforms and were strongly resisted by the monarchies and the nobility. Accordingly Marx and Engels described the Revolution of 1848-1849 as a bourgeois revolution. Marx's view was that the industrialists and owners of business (means of production) and all others who lived off of profit were the rising class of the bourgeoisie. Locked in class struggle with this new rising class were the older feudal classes--land owners, monarchies and nobles in the various countries--all of whom lived off of the rent of land. Marx felt that the differences between the various uprisings in the different countries of Europe were mere distractions and the real struggle was the general economic struggle of the the bourgeois class against the feudal classes.

Contained in this volume are the books--"Class Struggles in France" written by Marx and the "Peasant War in Germany" written by Engels. "Class Struggles in France" analyzes the uprising in France in 1848 and the crushing of the revolutionary forces in 1949. Although Engels' "Peasant Wars in Germany" dealt with the subject of the Peasant Uprising of 1524 and 1525 following Luther's Reformation of the Church, Engels used this topic as an analogy to analyze the events in Germany in 1848-1849.
Coiriel
This is Volume 15 of the 50-Volume set of the "Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels." This volume contains all the articles written by Marx and Engels between May of 1856 and September of 1858. The major portion of this volume is taken up with the articles that Marx and Engels for publication in the "New York Daily Tribune." Marx and Engels were serving as international reporters for the "New York Daily Tribune" and, thus the articles to the "Tribune" in this volume include the news from a variety of locations around the world--Iran (Persia), China, India and from other locations.

This is the pleasure of reading this book and all the articles by Marx and Engels published by the New York Daily Tribue. The reader is immersed in the international current events of the late 1850s in the same way a citizen reading the Tribune was in the late 1850s.
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This book is Volume 28 of the Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Publication of the entire Collected Works was begun by International Publishers in 1975. Originally, the publication of the entire 50 volume series of the Collected Works, embodying everything ever written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels in their lifetimes, was to be completed by 1985. However, this current volume was published in 1986. This was the first volume in the subgroup (extending from Volume 28 to Volume 37 referred to as Marx's "Capital," preliminary versions of "Capital" and other works directed connected with "Capital." Specifically, Volume 28 contains the "Economic Manuscripts written between 1857 and 1861. Primary among these Manuscripts is the first version of "Capital."

The final draft of "Capital" would finally be completed and published in German in July of 1867. Accordingly, this "first version" of "Capital," written ten years before the publication of the work, does contain a significant number of variations in analysis and conclusions which are not now part of official "Marxism." Thus, Volume 28 has a great deal of appeal to historians and scholars who are attempting to understand the philosophical process that Marx followed in order to arrive at his final conclusions on the role of capital in society.
Uanabimo
Volume 10 of the indispensable Marx & Engels Collected Works, covering the years 1849-51, features two major studies: Marx's The Class Struggles in France, 1848-50, and the important monograph by Engels, The Peasant War in Germany. Richly informative letters, addresses, and reviews covering this formative period in the Marx-Engels collaboration add much to the volume's great value. As is standard for this wonderfully produced collection, the editorial contributions are first-rate, with supplemental appendices, notes, indexes, and illustrations (including two superb maps for placing and following the events of the German Peasant War of 1524-25). Bargain price for one of the more valuable volumes in the series.