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  • A. K. Voronsky Archive
    1884 1937 Works Polemical Remarks about Gorky Part 1 1911 Polemical Remarks about Gorky Part 2 1911 Communism the Church and the State 1918 On Art 1920 Plekhanov 1920 Scoundrels

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  • Vitaly Vygodsky Internet Archive
    student at the Economics Institute Simultaneously on the recommendation of Professor PK Figurnov he was employed at the Institute of Marx Engels Lenin Stalin from 1956 the Institute of Marxism Leninism It is here that Vygodsky worked for more than 35 years having gone through all steps of career from junior to senior researcher to head of the group working on theoretical problems of Marxism Starting work Vitaly immediately showed himself as a talented Marxologist His subsequent direction of research included the genesis of the economic studies of Marx and the history of the creation of Capital The results of this was his Ph D and first monograph The place of Theories of Surplus Value in the economic legacy of Karl Marx 1961 A particularly important part of the work to which he gave considerable energy was his involvement in the international group of MEGA the complete edition of works by Marx and Engels in their original languages Vitaly was a great promoter of economic theory His books such as The Story of a Great Discovery How Karl Marx wrote Capital On the History of the Creation of Capital and many others have been translated and published in Italy Germany China Mexico Japan and many other countries The full bibliography of works by Vygodsky includes over 180 titles In 1972 he became a Doctor of Economic Sciences He was awarded the title of Honored Worker of Science He died on 8 May 1998 Vygodsky is of particular significance to English speaking students of Marx as Editor of Volume 31 and Scientific Editor of Volumes 30 32 and 34 of the English edition of Marx Engels Collected Works Works On the Fourth Volume of Capital on K Marx s Theories of Surplus Value О четвертом томе Капитала О Теориях прибавочной стоимости

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  • French History Archive
    for It See Marx and Engels on France 1841 1880 See Social Democracy in France Parti Ouvrier 1881 1915 Includes History of the Seccond International and links to Paul Lafargue and Jules Guesde Archives The Dreyfus Affair 1894 1906 General Boulanger and the Boulangist Movement 1888 1891 The Cercle Proudhon 1911 The C G T The Charter of Amiens 1906 Anarchism in France Mikahil Bakunin the most famous advocate of anarchism recognised Proudhon as his teacher and spent much of his life in France The hey day of anarchism in France was between the Paris Commune and the World War I Pierre Joseph Proudhon 1803 1865 Mikhail Bakunin Russian emigré 1817 1876 James Guillaume 1844 1916 Sebastien Faure 1858 1942 Ravachol 1859 1892 Emile Pouget 1860 1931 Zo d Axa 1864 1930 Emile Armand 1872 1963 Emile Henry 1872 1894 Libertad 1875 1908 Georges Palante 1862 1925 Marius Jacob 1879 1954 Andre Lorulot 1885 1963 See also On the Anarchists Jean Jaurès 1894 Manifesto of the Federation of Labor Exchanges 1896 Annales d histoire économique La Révolution Surréaliste 1920s The Popular Front 1933 39 The Fascist Riot 6 February 1934 For Thaelmann André Gide and André Malraux 1936 Smashing Victory of the Communist Party Marcel Cachin 1936 Victory The Popular Front Triumphs Marcel Cachin 1936 Headlines from L Humanité May June 1936 For the Respect of the Will of the People L Humanité May 27 1936 Everything isn t Possible L Humanité June 12 1936 Long Live Peace Louis Aragon 1939 Communist Party of France 1920 1968 Including writings of Maurice Thorez The Resistance 1940 45 Communist Party of France During the Resistance The Manouchian Group Includes the last letter of a group of foreign Communists who died as heroes and martyrs of the Anti Nazi Resistance French Trotskyism 1927

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  • eBook Production Guidelines on MIA
    bundle articles together in sensible collections so we have at least about 200 000 words or 1 5Mb of text up to a file size of 10Mb Please use only material already available on marxists org as HTML If you have other material not already on MIA please contribute this to the MIA first There may be very good reasons such as copyright restrictions for us not having it already If all is well we will process it and upload it as HTML See Transcribing Text Your book will not be proofed or corrected by anyone else We strongly recommend that you carefully proofread the source material before converting Much of the material on marxists org is in need of proofreading so if you need to make any corrections we would appreciate notice of all the errors and we will implement the corrections You may find it useful to prepare your material in MS Word before converting to eBook format so that you can use the spellchecker to assist in proofreading and easily eliminate unwanted links We do not want HTML headers and footers to be carried over into our eBooks which should be clean and resemble hard copy books The only hyperlinks should be from a Table of Contents and to endnotes and footnotes Please place in smaller print under the main title book title author and date the full bibliographical data for the source This must include the URL of the source HTML on marxists org as well as the bibliographical information given in the HTML Source date written and first published author translator transcriber copyleft status etc Include your own name as Converted to eBook format by in the same format font size etc as the other credits Please include a comprehensive Table of Contents before the

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  • Karl Marx (1847): Wage Labour and Capital (audiobook)
    Online Text Marx Engels Internet Archive AudioBook Publisher LibriVox 2007 AudioBook Speaker Carl Manchester 1 hour and 42 minutes in total Files 00 Introduction by Frederick Engels 01 Preliminary 02 What are Wages 03 By What is the Price of a Commodity Determined 04 By What are Wages Determined 05 The Nature and Growth of Capital 06 Relation of Wage Labour to Capital 07 The General Law that Determines the

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  • Audio Recording of the Communist Manifesto
    Non frame browsers can reach this page at Play List

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  • Karl Marx (1867): Capital, Volume One (audiobook)
    Middle of the 14th to the End of the 17th Century mp3 44 49 33 Part III The Production of Absolute Surplus Value Chapter X The Working Day Section 6 The Struggle for the Normal Working Day Compulsory Limitation by Law of the Working Time The English Factory Acts 1833 to 1864 mp3 1 01 35 34 Part III The Production of Absolute Surplus Value Chapter X The Working Day Section 7 The Struggle for the Normal Working Day Re action of the English Factory Acts on Other Countries mp3 17 37 35 Part III The Production of Absolute Surplus Value Chapter XI Rate and Mass of Surplus Value mp3 31 00 36 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XII The Concept of Relative Surplus Value mp3 33 43 37 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XIII Co Operation mp3 41 08 38 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture Section 1 Two Fold Origin of Manufacture mp3 12 44 39 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture Section 2 The Detail Labourer and his Implements mp3 12 51 40 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture Section 3 The Two Fundamental Forms of Manufacture Heterogeneous Manufacture Serial Manufacture mp3 34 33 41 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture Section 4 Division of Labour in Manufacture and Division of Labour in Society mp3 33 10 42 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture Section 5 The Capitalistic Character of Manufacture mp3 33 03 43 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 1 The Development of Machinery mp3 47 39 44 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 2 The Value Transferred by Machinery to the Product mp3 27 03 45 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 3 The Proximate Effects of Machinery on the Workman mp3 1 mp3 2 48 52 42 33 46 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 4 The Factory mp3 30 33 47 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 5 The Strife Between Workman and Machine mp3 31 33 48 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 6 The Theory of Compensation as Regards the Workpeople Displaced by Machinery mp3 29 28 49 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 7 Repulsion and Attraction Of Workpeople by the Factory System Crises in the Cotton Trade mp3 36 28 50 Part IV Production of Relative Surplus Value Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry Section 8 Revolution Effected in Manufacture Handicrafts and Domestic Industry by Modern

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  • Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1905): Two Tactics of Social-Democracy in the Democratic Revolution (audiobook)
    of the Monarchist System and the Republic 05 How Should The Revolution Be Pushed Forward 06 From what Direction is the Proletariat Threatened with the Danger of Having its Hands Tied in the Struggle Against the Inconsistent Bourgeoisie 07 The Tactics of Eliminating the Conservatives from the Government 08 Osvobozhdeniye ism and New Iskra ism 09 What Does Being a Party of Extreme Opposition in Time of Revolution Mean 10

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