Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 23
Marx and Engels 1871 - 1874

Marx, Karl; Engels, Friedrich
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Articles on the International, Bakunin, and the Housing Question.

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Table of Contents

Karl Marx and Frederick Engels Works
October 1871-July 1874

General Rules and Administrative Regulations of the International Working Men's Association (Marx) 3
Resolution of the General Council Expelling Gustave Durand from the International Working Men's Association (Engels) 21
To Enrico Bignami, Editor of La Plebe (Engels) 22
Declaration of the General Council on Nechayev's Misuse of the Name of the International Working Men's Association (Marx) 23
Resolution of the General Council on the Rules of the French Section of 1871 (Marx) 24
On the Progress of the International Working Men's Association in Italy and Spain. Engels' Record of His Report at the General Council Meeting of October 17, 1871 (Engels) 28
To the Editors of the Gazzettino Rosa. Covering Letter to the "Declaration of the General Council on Nechayev's Misuse of the Name of the International Working Men's Association (Engels) 30
Statement by the General Council Concerning Alexander Baillie Cochrane's Letter (Engels) 31
On the Company Swindle in England (Engels) 34
Resolution of the General Council on the French Section of 1871 (Marx) 37
Giuseppe Garibaldi's Statement and Its Effects on the Working Classes in Italy. Engels' Record of His Report at the General Council Meeting of November 7, 1871 (Engels) 43
Working Men's Congress at Rome.-Bebel's Speeches in the Reichstag. Engels' Record of His Report at the General Council Meeting of November 14, 1871 (Engels) 46
Declaration (Marx) 50
Statement Sent by the General Council to the Editors of the Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt (Marx) 52
To the Federal Council of the Spanish Region in Madrid (Engels) 53
To the Editors of Il Proletario Italiano (Engels) 54
Credentials for Giuseppe Boriani (Engels) 56
The Position of the Danish Members of the International on the Agrarian Question. Engels' Record of His Report at the General Council Meeting of December 5, 1871 (Engels) 57
On the Position of the International's Sections in European Countries (Engels) 59
Declaration Sent by the General Council to the Editors of Italian Newspapers Concerning Mazzini's Articles about the International (Engels) 60
To the Editor of The Eastern Post (Marx) 62
1872
The Congress of Sonvillier and the International (Engels) 64
To the Editor of The Eastern Post (Marx) 71
To the Editor of The Eastern Post (Marx) 72
Letter to the Editors of the Gazzettino Rosa (Engels) 74
To the Section of Commercial Employees in Barcelona (Engels) 76
Declaration of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association (Marx & Engels) 77
Fictitious Splits in the International. Private Circular from the General Council of the International Working Men's Association (Marx & Engels) 79

I
79

II
84

III
94

IV
102

V
114

VI
116

VII
119
Resolutions on the Split in the United States' Federation Passed by the General Council of the I.W.A. in Its Sittings of 5th and 12th March, 1872 (Marx) 124
To the Editor of La Libert? (Marx) 127
Resolutions of the Meeting Held to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Paris Commune (Marx) 128
To the Spanish Federal Council (Engels) 129
The Nationalisation of the Land (Marx) 131
To Citizen Delegates of the Regional Spanish Congress Assembled at Saragossa (Engels) 137
To the Saragossa Congress (Engels) 139
Declaration of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association Concerning Cochrane's Speech in the House of Commons (Marx) 140
To the Society of Ferrarese Workers (Engels) 146
Letters from London. - I. The English Agricultural Labourers' Strike (Engels) 148
On the Police Persecution of the Member of the International Theodore Cuno (Engels) 151
To the Society of Ferrarese Workers (Engels) 153
Relations Between the Irish Sections and the British Federal Council. Engels' Record of His Report at the General Council Meeting of May 14, 1872 (Engels) 154
Declaration of the General Council Concerning the Universal Federalist Council (Marx) 157
Stefanoni and the International Again (Marx) 160
Reply to Brentano's Article (Marx) 164
To the Emancipation of the Proletarian Society in Turin (Engels) 168
Announcement of the General Council on the Convocation and the Agenda of the Congress at The Hague (Engels) 170
Preface to the 1872 German Edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party (Marx & Engels) 174
Resolutions of the Sub-Committee on Mikhail Bakunin and the Alliance (Engels) 176
The International in America (Engels) 177
To Citizen Vincenzo Spotti, Secretary of the Committee for the Emancipation of the Working Classes in Parma (Engels) 184
To the Striking Miners of the Ruhr Valley (Marx) 185
The General Council's Reply to the Protest of the Jura Federation Against the Convening of a Congress at The Hague (Marx) 188
Reply to Brentano's Second Article (Marx) 190
Amendments to the General Rules and Administrative Regulations of the International Working Men's Association Adopted by the General Council in the Summer of 1872 (Marx) 198
The General Council to All the Members of the International Working Men's Association (Engels) 205
To the Spanish Sections of the International Working Men's Association (Marx & Engels) 211
To the Editor of The Times (Marx) 214
The General Council to the New Madrid Federation (Engels) 215
On the Rimini Conference (Engels) 216
Address of the General Council to the Italian Sections of the International Working Men's Association Concerning the Rimini Conference (Engels) 217
Resolution on the Behaviour of Members of the General Council at the Congress (Marx) 218
Report of the General Council to the Fifth Annual Congress of the International Working Men's Association Held at The Hague, from the 2nd to the 7th September 1872 (Marx) 219
Report on the Alliance of Socialist Democracy Presented in the Name of the General Council to the Congress at The Hague (Engels) 228
Motion for the Procedure of Debate on the General Rules and Administrative Regulations (Engels) 239
Proposal on the Transfer of the Seat and on the Composition of the General Council for 1872-1873 (Marx & Engels) 240
Resolutions of the General Congress Held at The Hague from the 2nd to the 7th September, 1872 (Marx & Engels) 243

I. Resolution Relative to the General Rules
243

II. Resolutions Relating to the Administrative Regulations
244

III. Resolutions Relating to the internationalisation of Trades' Societies
245

IV. Resolutions Relating to the Admission of Sections
246

V. Audit of the Accounts of the General Council
248

VI. Powers Issued by the General Council, and by Federal Councils
248

VII. Resolutions Relating to the Alliance
249

VIII. Residence and Composition of the Next General Council
250

IX. Place of Meeting of Next Congress
253

X. Committee to Draw up the Minutes
253
On the Hague Congress. A Correspondent's Report of a Speech Made at a Meeting in Amsterdam on September 8, 1872 (Marx) 254
To the Editor of Le Corsaire (Marx) 257
To the Editor of The Daily News (Marx) 259
On the Hague Congress of the International (Engels) 260
The Congress at The Hague (Letter to Enrico Bignami) (Engels) 271
Imperative Mandates at the Hague Congress (Engels) 277
Letters from London. - II. More about the Hague Congress (Engels) 283
To the British Federal Council, International Working Men's Association Concerning Portuguese Strikes (Engels) 285
To the Editors of Der Volksstaat (Marx) 286
Report to the General Council of the I.W.M.A. upon the Situation in Spain, Portugal and Italy (Engels) 288
To the Workers' and Peasants' Association of Lower Lombardy (Section of the International) in Lodi (Engels) 293
Letters from London. - III. Meeting in Hyde Park (Engels) 294
Mandate to E. Larroque (Engels) 297
Letters from London. - IV. Meeting in Hyde Park.-Situation in Spain (Engels) 298
To the Editor of The International Herald (Marx & Engels) 301
The Manchester Foreign Section to All Sections and Members of the British Federation (Engels) 304
Address of the British Federal Council to the Sections, Branches, Affiliated Societies and Members of the International Working Men's Association (Marx) 309
The Housing Question (Engels) 317

Part I. How Proudhon Solves the Housing Question
317

Part II. How the Bourgeoisie Solves the Housing Question
337

Part III. Supplement on Proudhon and the Housing Question
368
Political Indifferentism (Marx) 392
To the Editor of The Times (Marx) 398
The "Crisis" in Prussia (Engels) 400
Reply to the Second Circular of the Self-styled Majority of the British Federal Council (Marx) 406
News on the Activities of the International on the Continent (Engels) 409

I
409

II
411

III
411

IV
412
Notes for the General Council (Engels) 414
The Republic in Spain (Engels) 417
On Authority (Engels) 422
News on the International Labour Movement (Engels) 426

I
426

II
427

III
429

IV
431

V
433

VI
434
To the General Council of the International Working Men's Association (Engels) 437
On the Articles in the Neuer Social-Demokrat. (From a Letter to A. Hepner) (Engels) 439
The International and the Neuer (Engels) 442
Communication from the Continent (Engels) 446
To the General Council of the International Working Men's Association (Engels) 447
From the International (Engels) 448
Note on a Review of E. Renan's L'anti-christ (Engels) 452
Comment upon Giuseppe Garibaldi's Letter to Prospero Crescio (Engels) 453
The Alliance of Socialist Democracy and the International Working Men's Association. Report and Documents Published by Decision of the Hague Congress of the International (Marx & Engels) 454

I. Introduction
454

II. The Secret Alliance
459

III. The Alliance in Switzerland
470

IV. The Alliance in Spain
486

V. The Alliance in Italy
497

VI. The Alliance in France
504

VII. The Alliance After the Hague Congress
508

VIII. The Alliance in Russia
515

1. The Nechayev Trial
515

2. The Revolutionary Catechism
544

3. Bakunin's Appeal to the Officers of the Russian Army
549

IX. Conclusion
554

X. Appendix
556

1. Bakunin's Hegira
556

2. Bakunin's Pan-Slav Manifesto
558

3. Bakunin and the Tsar
561

XI. Documents
567
The Bakuninists at Work. An Account of the Spanish Revolt in the Summer of 1873 (Engels) 581

I
581

II
584

III
590

IV
595
Varia on Germany (Engels) 599

I. Introduction 1500-1789
599

1789-1815
603

Varia on Germany 1789-1873
604
The English Elections (Engels) 611
The Imperial Military Law (Engels) 617

I
617

II
619
Supplement to the Preface of 1870 for The Peasant War in Germany (Engels) 626


From the Preparatory Materials
Notes on the Condition of the Refugees from the Commune (Marx) 635
American Split (Marx) 636
Extracts from the Minutes of the General Council for June 1870-April 1872 (Marx) 644


Notes and Indexes
Notes 655
Name Index 726
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 761
Index of Periodicals 787
Subject Index 796


Illustrations
Title page of the English edition of the General Rules and Administrative Regulations of the International Working Men's Association 5
Title page of Marx's and Engels' pamphlet Fictitious Splits in the International 81
Page of Marx's manuscript The Nationalisation of the Land 133
Page of Engels' manuscript with the announcement of the General Council on the convocation of the I.W.M.A.'s Congress at The Hague 171
Pages of the French edition of the General Rules and Administrative Regulations of the First International with corrections by Marx 199
Facsimile of Marx's manuscript with a proposal to transfer the seat of the General Council to New York 241
Page of the manuscript of the Hague Congress' resolutions 251
Title page of the separate reprint of Engels' The Housing Question Part 1, with the author's dedication to Laura Lafargue 315
Title page of Marx and Engels' pamphlet The Alliance of Socialist Democracy and the International Working Men's Association 455
Page of the manuscript Varia on Germany 605
Mandate issued to Marx by New York Section No. 1 for him to take part in the Hague Congress 647-48
Mandate issued to Engels by the Breslau Section for him to take part in the Hague Congress 649-50
Mandate issued to Engels by New York Section No. 6 for him to take part in the Hague Congress 651-52

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