Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 20
Marx and Engels 1864- 1868

Marx, Karl; Engels, Friedrich
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Includes The Prussian Military Question and the (German Workers' Party), and Value, Price and Profit, and articles and Reviews written in connection with the publication of Volume One of Capital.

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Table of Contents

Marx and Engels
1864-68
September 1864-July 1868

Inaugural Address of the Working Men's International Association (Marx) 5
Provisional Rules of the Association (Marx) 14
Resolutions on the Composition of the Provisional Central Council (Marx) 17
Resolutions on the Terms of the Admission of Workers' Organisations to the International Working Men's Association (Marx) 18
To Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America (Marx) 19
To the Editor of the Beobachter (Marx) 22
To the Editor of the Stuttgart Beobachter (Marx) 23
On Proudhon [Letter to J. B. Schweitzer] (Marx) 26
Herr Tidmann. Old Danish Folk Song (Engels) 34
To the Editor of the Social-Demokrat (Marx & Engels) 36
The Prussian Military Question and the (German Workers' Party) (Engels) 37

I
42

II
56

III
67
To the Editor of the Social-Demokrat (Marx & Engels) 80
Notice Concerning The Prussian Military Question and the German Workers' Party (Engels) 81
Resolutions of the Central Council on the Conflict in the Paris Section (Marx) 82
Synopsis of Engels' Pamphlet The Prussian Military Question and the German Workers' Party (Marx) 84
Review of Engels' Pamphlet The Prussian Military Question and the German Workers' Party (Marx) 85
Statement Regarding the Causes of the Breach with the Social-Democrat (Marx) 87
To the Editor of the Berliner Reform (Marx) 94
The "President of Mankind" (Marx) 92
A Correction (Marx) 97
Address from the Working Men's International Association to President Johnson (Marx) 99
Value, Price and Profit (Marx) 101

Preliminary
103

1) Production and Wages
103

2) Production, Wages and Profits
105

3) Wages and Currency
113

4) Supply and Demand
116

5) Wages and Prices
118

6) Value an Labour
121

7) Labouring Power
127

8) Production of Surplus Value
130

9) Value of Labour
132

10) Profit is Made by Selling a Commodity at its Value
132

11) The Difference Parts into Which Surplus-Value is Decomposed
133

12) General Relation of Profits, Wages and Prices
137

13) Main Cases of Attempts at Raising Wages or Resisting Their Fall
138

14) The Struggle between Labour and Capital and Its Results
144
Resolution on the Convocation of a General Congress of the International in 1866 (Marx) 150
Resolution on the Procedure of Discussing the Programme of the Congress (Marx) 151
What Have the Working Classes to Do with Poland? (Engels) 152

I. To the Editor of The Commonwealth
152

II. To the Editor of The Commonwealth
155

III. The Doctrine of Nationality Applied to Poland
158
A Warning (Marx) 162
Notes on the War in Germany (Engels) 164

No. I
164

No. II
168

No. III
172

No. IV
176

No. V
179
Proposals of the Standing Committee on the Programme of the Geneva Congress (Marx) 183
Instructions for the Delegates of the Provisional Council. The Different Questions. (Marx) 185

1. Organisation of the International Association
185

2. International Combination of Efforts, by the Agency of the Association in the Struggle Between Labour and Capital
186

3. Limitation Of the Working Day
187

4. Juvenile and Children's Labour (Both Sexes)
188

5. Co-operative Labour
190

6. Trades' Unions. Their Past Present and Future
191

7. Direct and Indirect Taxation
192

8. International Credit
193

9. Polish Question
193

10. Armies
193

11. Religious Question
194
Resolution of Gratitude to the Delegates of the Central (General) Council to the Geneva Congress (Marx) 135
Speech at the Polish Meeting in London. January 22 1867 (Marx) 196
A Correction (Marx) 202
Resolutions Concerning the Agenda of the Lausanne Congress (Marx) 203
Resolution on the Attitude or the International Working Men's Association to the Congress on the League of Peace and Freedom (Marx) 204


Articles and Reviews Written in connection with the Publication of Volume One of Capital (Oct 1867-July 1868)
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Zukunft (Engels) 207
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Rheinische Zeitung (Engels) 210
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Elberfelder Zeitung (Engels) 214
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Dusseldorfer Zeitung (Engels) 216
Plagiarism (Marx) 219
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Beobachter (Engels) 224
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Staats-Anzeiger fur Wurttemburg (Engels) 227
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Neue Badische Landeszeitung (Engels) 229
Review of Volume One of Capital for the Demokratisches Wochenblatt (Engels) 231
Review of Volume One of Capital for The Fortnightly Review (Engels) 238
My Plagiarism of F. Bastiat (Marx) 260
Synopsis of Volume One of Capital by Karl Marx (Engels) 265
Chapter I - Commodities and Money 265

1. Commodities as Such
265

2. The Process of Commodity Exchange
267

3. Money, or the Circulation of Commodities
268
Chapter II - The Transformation of Money into Capital 275

1. The General Formula for Capital
275

2. Contradictions in the General Formula
277

3. The Buying and Selling of Labour-Power
281
Chapter III - The Production of Absolute Surplus-Value 282

1. The Labour Process and the Process of Producing Surplus-Value
282

2. Constant and Variable Capital
284

3. The Rate of Surplus-Value
284

4. The Working Day
285

5. Rate and Mass of Surplus-Value
288
Chapter IV - Production of Relative Surplus-Value 292

1. The Concept of Relative Surplus-Value
292

2. Co-operation
293

3. Division of Labour and Manufacture
297

4. Machinery and Large-Scale Industry
300


From the Preparatory Materials
Draft for a Speech on France's Attitude to Poland (Polemics against Peter Fox) (Marx) 311
. The So-called Polish Succession War 312
. The Seven Years' War (1756-1763) 313
. First Partition of Poland 316
. French Republic 318
. Consulate 322
. Empire 323
Draft for a Report to the Central Council (Marx) 328
Notes Concerning the Conflict in the Paris Section (Marx) 329
Original Draft Resolution on the Conflict in the Paris Section (Marx) 330
Memorandum to Hermann Jung About the Conflict in the Paris Section (Marx) 331
Note to Hermann Jung About Ernest Jones' Letter to the Central Council Meeting. March 21 1865 (Marx) 337
Notes for the Report on Value Price and Profit (Marx) 338
Record of the Central Council Meeting. January 16 1866 (Marx) 339
Sweden and Denmark. Travel Notes (Engels) 343


Appendices
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (October-November 1864) 351
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (November-December 1864) 353
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (January-February 1865) 356
Report of a Speech by Karl Marx at the Anniversary Celebration of the German Workers' Educational Society in London 360
Agreement Between Mr. Karl Marx and Mr. Otto Meissner Publisher and Bookseller 361
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (March-early July 1865) 363
A Card Issued to Societies Forming the Association 369
Report of the Sub-Committee on the Questions of a Congress and Conference as Amended and Passed by the Central Council at a Summoned Meeting on the 25th of July 1865 375
To the Working Men of Great Britain and Ireland 378
The Industrial Newspaper Company (Limited) 380
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (September 1865) 384
From the Minutes of the London Conference of the International Working Men's Association 385
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (October 1865-January 1866) 387
From a Letter by Jenny Marx to Johann Philipp Becker. January 29, 1866 390
To the Editor of L'Echo de Verviers 392
Record of Marx's Speech on Mazzini's Attitude to the International Working Men's Association 40l
Manchester Schiller Institute Circular 402
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (May 1866) 405
P. Lafargue. Survey of the Progress of the International Working Men's Association 406
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (June-December 1866) 41
Report of a Speech by Karl Marx at the Anniversary Celebration of the German Workers' Educational Society in London. February 28, 1867 415
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (April 1867) 416
Manchester Schiller Institute Circular 417
The General Council of the International Working Men's Association on the Lausanne Congress 421
Report of Marx's Speech on the Statistics in the New Blue Book 424
Report of Marx's Speech on the Attitude of the International Working Men's Association to the Congress of the League of Peace and Freedom 426
Third Annual Report of the International Working Men's Association 428
From the Minute Book of the General Council. Central Council Meetings (September 24-October 22, 1867) 438
From a Letter by Jenny Marx to Johann Philipp Becker. On about October 5, 1867 439
Rules and Administrative Regulations of the International Working Men's Association 441


Notes and Indexes
Notes 447
Name Index 517
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 544
Index of Periodicals 554
Subject Index 556
Glossary of Geographical Names 581


Illustrations
Title Page of the first Edition of the Inaugural Address and Provisional Rules of the International Working Men's Association 3
Title Page of the first edition of The Prussian Military Question and the German Workers' Party by Engels 39
The Austro-Prussian War, 1866 (map) 182-83
The last page of Marx's memorandum to Jung about the conflict in the Paris Section 333
Minutes of the Central Council Meeting of January 16, 1866 recorded by Marx 341
Plan of the Swedish fortress of Karlsborg. Drawing by Engels 345
Central Council's Address to working men's societies 372-73

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