Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 27
Engels 1890 - 1895

Engels, Friedrich
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Publisher:  Progress Publishers
First Published:  1895
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6395

Includes The Foreign Policy of Russian Tsardom, and A Critique of the Draft Social-Democratic Program of 1891, and On the History of Early Christianity, and The Peasant Question in France and Germany

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Table of Contents

Frederick Engels Works
February 1890-April 1895

The Elections of 1890 in Germany 3
What Now? 7
The Foreign Policy of Russian Tsardom 11

I.
13

II.
21

III.
29
On Anti-Semitism 50
Preface to the Fourth German Edition (1890) of the Manifesto of the Communist Party 53
May 4 in London 61
Draft of a Reply to the Editors of the S?chsische Arbeiter-Zeitung 67
Reply to the Editors of the S?chsische Arbeiter-Zeitung 69
The International Workers' Congress of 1891 72
Farewell Letter to the Readers of the Sozialdemokrat 76
Reply to Mr. Paul Ernst 80
To the Editors of the Berliner Volksblatt 86
To the National Council of the French Workers' Party 87
To the Editors of the Arbeiter-Wochen-Chronik and N?pszava in Budapest 89
To the Members of the Executive of the Communist German Workers' Educational Society 91
Preface to Karl Marx's Critique of the Gotha Programme 92
In the Case of Brentano Versus Marx. Regarding Alleged Falsification of Quotation. The Story and Documents 95

I
99

II
103

III
106

IV
110

V
113

VI
118

VII
122

Documents
132

I. The Incriminated Quotations
132

II. Brentano and Marx
135

III. Sedlev Taylor and Eleanor Marx
155

IV. Engels and Brentano
164
Greetings to the French Workers on the 20th Anniversary of the Paris Commune 177
Introduction to Karl Marx's The Civil War in France 179
Re: the Spanish Edition of Karl Marx's The Poverty of Philosophy 192
To the Committee for the International Meeting for the Claims of Labour 193
Introduction to Karl Marx's Wage Labour and Capital (1891 Edition) 194
Preface to the Fourth Edition of Socialism: Utopian and Scientific 202
To the Early History of the Family (Bachofen, McLennan, Morgan) 203
Message of Greetings to the Second Austrian Party Congress 215
A Critique of the Draft Social-Democratic Programme of 1891 217

I. Preamble in Ten Paragraphs
219

II. Political Demands
225

III. Economic Demands
230

Appendix to Section I
231
The Brussels Congress. The Situation in Europe 233

The Brussels Congress
233

The Situation in Europe
233
Socialism in Germany 235

I.
237

II.
241
To the Editors of the Volksfreund 251
The Covering Letter to the Statement to the Editor, Daily Chronicle Office 252
The Late Madam Karl Marx 253
To the Choir Club of the Communist German Workers' Educational Society. Tottenham Street 254
To the Committee of the Communist German Workers' Educational Society 256
Preface to the 1892 English Edition of The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844 257
Reply to the Honourable Giovanni Bovio 270
Preface to the Polish Edition (1892) of the Manifesto of the Communist Party 273
Greetings to the French Workers on the Occasion of the 21st Anniversary of the Paris Commune 275
Preface to the Second German Edition of Karl Marx's The Poverty of Philosophy 277
Introduction to the English Edition (1892) of Socialism: Utopian and Scientific 278
To the Third Austrian Party Congress in Vienna 303
Carl Schorlemmer 304
Preface to the Second German Edition (1892) of The Condition of the Working-Class in England 307
On Certain Peculiarities in England's Economic and Political Development 324
To the National Council of the Socialist Workers' Party of Spain 326
Addenda to the Biography 328
The American Presidential Election 329
Marx, Heinrich Karl 332
To the Editors of the Berliner Volks-Tribune 344
Letter to a Member of the Committee of the Communist German Workers' Educational Society 347
A Newly-Discovered Case of Group Marriage 348
To the Workers' Educational Association of Vienna 352
To the Executive Committee of the Social-Democratic Party of Hungary 353
On the Latest Caper of the Paris Police 354
The Italian Panama 356

I.
356

II.
358

III.
360
To the Italian Reader 365
Can Europe Disarm? 367

Foreword
371

I
372

II
374

III
377

IV
381

V
383

VI
386

VII
388

VIII
390
To the German Workers on May Day 1893 394
To the Austrian Workers on May Day 1893 396
For the Czech Comrades on Their May Day Celebration 398
Nonetheless 399
To the Spanish Workers on May Day 1893 400
To the Editorial Board of the Bulgarian Magazine Sotsial-Demokrat 402
To Czech Social Democrats 403
Closing Speech at the International Socialist Workers' Congress in Zurich. August 12, 1893 404
Speech at a Social-Democratic Meeting in Vienna on September 14, 1893 406
To Czech Socialist Workers. To the Editorial Board of the Socialny Demokrat in Prague 408
Speech at a Social-Democratic Meeting in Berlin on September 22, 1893 409
To the Cologne Congress of the Social-Democratic Party of Germany 411
To the German Workers' Educational Society in London 412
To the International Congress of Socialist Students 413
Preface to the Pamphlet Internationales aus dem "Volksstaat" (1871-75) 414
Introductory Note (1894) to The Bakuninists at Work 419
Afterword (1894) to "On Social Relations in Russia" 421
The Third Volume of Karl Marx's Capital 434
On the Contents of the Third Volume of Capital 435
The Future Italian Revolution and the Socialist Party 437
To the National Council of the French Workers' Party on the Occasion of the 23rd Anniversary of the Paris Commune 441
To the Fourth Austrian Party Congress 442
To the Executive of the Social-Democratic Party of Hungary on the Third Party Congress 443
On the History of Early Christianity 445

I
447

II
452

III
460
To the English Socialist and Working Men's Organisations 470
To the Third Congress of the Socialist Party of the Italian Working People 472
Greetings to the Socialists of Sicily 474
Conditions for a Loan for the Founding of the Daily Arbeiter-Zeitung 476
International Socialism and Italian Socialism 477
Letter to the Editors of the Vorw?rts 479
The Peasant Question in France and Germany 481

I
485

II
494
On the Fourth Volume of Karl Marx's Capital 503
To the German Workers' Educational Society in London 504
Message of Greetings to the Austrian Workers on the Daily Publication of the Arbeiter-Zeitung 505
Introduction to Karl Marx's The Class Struggles in France, 1848 to 1850 (1895) 506
To the Executive of the German Workers' Educational Society in London 525
To the Committee of the Independent Labour Party 526


Appendices
An Old Friend of Labour 529
Engels, Frederick 530
Interview of Frederick Engels by the Correspondent of L'?clair on April 1, 1892 533
Biographical Article on Engels 539
Record of Frederick Engels' Speech at a Meeting to Commemorate the Paris Commune 541
Message of May Day Greetings to the Austrian Workers. 1893 542
Interview of Frederick Engels by the Correspondent of Le Figaro on May 11, 1893 543
Interview of Frederick Engels by the Daily Chronicle Correspondent at the End of June 1893 549


Notes and Indexes
Notes 557
Name Index 637
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 659
Index of Periodicals 677
Subject Index 682
Glossary of Geographical Names 699


Illustrations
Title page of the German edition (1890) of the Manifesto of the Communist Party 55
First page of F. Engels' manuscript A Critique of the Draft Social-Democratic Programme of 1891 221
Half-title of the English edition of Socialism: Utopian and Scientific presented by Engels to F. A. Sorge 279
Title page of the English edition of Socialism: Utopian and Scientific 280
Title page of the English edition of The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844 309
Reverse of the title page of The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844 presented by Engels to Eleanor Marx-Aveling 310
List of K. Marx's works drawn up by F. Engels 333
List of F. Engels' works drawn up by himself 337
List of F. Engels' works drawn up by himself (continued) 338
Title page of the Italian edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party presented to Engels by F. Turati 363
Title page of the pamphlet Can Europe Disarm? 369
Cover of Internationales aus dem " Volksstaat" (1871-75) 415
Title page of Internationales aus dem "Volksstaat" (1871-75) presented by Engels to Dr. Rudolf Meyer 416

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