The Communist Manifesto

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Aug 27, 2002 | 304 Pages

Hardcover $20.00

Apr 28, 2015 | 432 Pages

  • Paperback $8.00

    Aug 27, 2002 | 304 Pages

  • Hardcover $20.00

    Apr 28, 2015 | 432 Pages

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Table Of Contents

Introduction by Gareth Stedman Jones


Part I: Introduction
1. Preface
2. The Reception of the Manifesto
3. The “Spectre of Communism”
4. The Communist League
5. Engels’ Contribution
6. Marx’s Contribution: Prologue
7. The Young Hegelians
(i) Hegel and Hegelianism
(ii) The Battle over Christianity and the Emergence of the Young Hegelians
8. From Republicanism to Communism
9. Political Economy and “The True Natural History of Man”
10. The Impact of Stirner
11. Communism
(i) The Contribution of Adam Smith
(ii) The History of Law and Property
(iii) The Contemporary Discussion of Communism
12. Conclusion
13. A Guide to Further Reading
Part II: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto
A Note on the Text
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
1. Bourgois and Proletarians
2. Proletarians and Communists
3. Socialist and Communist Literature
I. Reactionary Socialism
a. Feudal Socialism
b. Petty-Bourgeois Socialism
c. German, or “True,” Socialism
II. Conservative, or Bourgeois, Socialism
III. Critical-Utopian Socialism and Communism
4. Position of the Communists in Relation to the Various Existing Opposition Parties


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