The Communist manifesto / Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels ; with an introduction and notes by Gareth Stedman Jones.

By: Marx, Karl, 1818-1883
Contributor(s): Engels, Friedrich, 1820-1895 | Stedman Jones, Gareth
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: German Series: Penguin classicsPublisher: London ; New York : Penguin Books, 2002Description: vii, 287 p. ; 20 cmISBN: 0140447571 (pbk.); 9780140447576Uniform titles: Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei. Subject(s): CommunismDDC classification: 335.422 LOC classification: HX39.5 | .A5213 2002Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Part I Introduction: Preface -- The reception of the Manifesto -- The 'spectre of communism' -- The Communist League -- Engels' contribution -- Marx's contribution: prologue -- The young Hegelians -- From republicanism to communism -- Political economy and 'The true natural history of man' -- The impact of Stirner -- Communism -- Conclusion -- A guide to further reading -- Part II Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto: Preface to the German edition of 1872 -- Preface to the Russian edition of 1882 -- Preface to the German edition of 1883 -- Preface to the English edition of 1888 -- Preface to the German edition of 1890 -- Preface to the Polish edition of 1892 -- Preface to the Italian edition of 1893 -- The manifesto of the communist party -- Bourgeois and proletarians -- Proletarians and communists -- Socialist and communist literature -- Reactionary socialism -- A. Feudal socialism -- B. Petty-bourgeois socialism -- German, or "true", socialism -- Conservative, or bourgeois, socialism -- Critical utopian socialism and communism -- Position of the communists in relation to the various exiting opposition parties.
Summary: Summary: The political tract in which Marx presented the core of his philosophy and revolutionary program, with an introduction analyzing its significance to the realities of today and to Marx's own times.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Part I Introduction: Preface --
The reception of the Manifesto --
The 'spectre of communism' --
The Communist League --
Engels' contribution --
Marx's contribution: prologue --
The young Hegelians --
From republicanism to communism --
Political economy and 'The true natural history of man' --
The impact of Stirner --
Communism --
Conclusion --
A guide to further reading --
Part II Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto: Preface to the German edition of 1872 --
Preface to the Russian edition of 1882 --
Preface to the German edition of 1883 --
Preface to the English edition of 1888 --
Preface to the German edition of 1890 --
Preface to the Polish edition of 1892 --
Preface to the Italian edition of 1893 --
The manifesto of the communist party --
Bourgeois and proletarians --
Proletarians and communists --
Socialist and communist literature --
Reactionary socialism --
A. Feudal socialism --
B. Petty-bourgeois socialism --
German, or "true", socialism --
Conservative, or bourgeois, socialism --
Critical utopian socialism and communism --
Position of the communists in relation to the various exiting opposition parties.

Summary:
The political tract in which Marx presented the core of his philosophy and revolutionary program, with an introduction analyzing its significance to the realities of today and to Marx's own times.

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