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  • MIA Urdu Section
    language Index You must have InPage2000 or Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to open the Urdu documents in this Section You can download Urdu Files in PDF format

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  • Marxists Internet Archive - Phần tiếng việt
    Italiano Kurdî Magyar Nederlands Norsk Polski português Român slovenščina slovenčina hrvatskosrpski Suomi Svenska Tagalog Türkçe X language Email vanya marxists org Australia France Deutschland Rossiya USA 1 USA 2 USA 3 USA 4 All material within these Archives unless noted

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  • The Paul Lafargue Internet Archive
    Few Words with Mr Herbert Spencer 1884 Peasant Proprietary in France 1884 A Visit to Louise Michel 1885 The Decazeville Strike 1886 The Boulanger Question 1887 The Evolution of Property from Savagery to Civilization 1890 Reminiscences of Marx 1890 Darwinism on the French Stage 1890 The Myth of Athena 1890 The Chino Japanese War 1895 Idealism and materialism in the conception of history 1895 Socialism in France 1874 1896 1897

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  • The Daniel DeLeon Internet Archive
    on your computer Acrobat Reader is available FREE for Windows Macintosh or UNIX operating systems As our contribution to bringing De Leon s works to the Internet the DDLIA will begin the process of converting these files into HTML for easier viewing on the World Wide Web Both PDF and HTML will be available for all the files Currently the PDF library is quite large and growing and is actually bigger than our HTML library Biography of Daniel De Leon The works listed below are in HTML A far larger list of works by D De Leon in PDF format is located here 1884 A Specimen of Mr Blaine s Diplomacy Is He a Safe Man to Trust as President March 1886 The Conference at Berlin on The West African Question 1889 08 09 The Voice of Madison 1894 09 09 Social Character of Machinery Editorial 1895 04 28 Equality Before the Law Editorial 1895 08 11 A Test Point Editorial 1895 10 20 Conservatism Editorial 1896 01 26 Reform or Revolution 1896 03 20 A Word to the Proletariat of Spain Editorial 1896 06 20 Our Political Equinoctial Storms Editorial 1898 02 11 What Means This Strike 1898 06 26 Throwing Washington Overboard 1900 07 26 Patriotism and Poverty Editorial 1900 07 30 Race Riots Editorial 1900 12 25 For A Merry Christmas Editorial 1902 11 05 Labor Represented Editorial 1902 12 06 The Public Good Editorial 1903 06 06 Sailing Under False Colors Editorial 1904 04 21 The Burning Question of Trade Unionism 1904 04 25 Lo the Poor Inventor Editorial 1905 03 04 A Mission of the Trades Union Editorial 1905 03 19 The Intellectual Editorial 1905 06 27 The Chicago Convention Editorial 1905 07 10 Socialist Reconstruction of Society 1905 09 06 Morgan and the Federalist

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  • Karl Kautsky Internet Archive
    1899 Frederick Engels His Life His Work and His Writings 1899 1900 Autobiographical Sketch 1900 Germany England and the World Policy 1900 Class War and Ethics 1901 Trade Unions and Socialism 1901 Bernstein s old articles and new afflictions 1902 The Two Tendencies 1902 Socialist Agitation Among Farmers in America 1902 The Aims and Limitations of the Materialist Conception of History Materialist Conception of History Part I The Critics of the Theory Part II The Historical Theory Part III The Application of the Theory 1902 The Social Revolution and on the day After the Social Revolution 1902 Karl Kautsky Autobiography 1903 The Aims and Limitations of the Materialist Conception of History 1903 The Intellectuals and the Workers 1903 04 Clericalism and the Socialist Attitude Thereto A Symposium 1904 On the Problems of the Jewish Proletariat in England 1904 To What Extent is the Communist Manifesto Obsolete 1904 Wardour Street Economics letter 1905 Differences Among the Russian Socialists 1906 Ethics and the Materialist Conception of History 1906 Revolutions Past and Present 1906 On socialism and trade unionism 1907 Anglo German Relations 1907 Socialism and Colonial Policy 1908 Foundations of Christianity 1908 Practical Work in Parliament 1909 Must the Proletariat Degenerate 1909 The Road to Power 1909 Sects or Class Parties 1909 Letter to Upton Sinclair September 1909 1909 Letter to Upton Sinclair December 1909 1910 England and Germany 1911 The Capitalist Class 1911 Finance Capital and Crises 1911 Letters to Luttes des Classes 1911 War and Peace Thoughts for the May Day Festival 1912 The Struggle of the Masses 1912 Capitalism in the Ancient World 1912 The First of May and the Struggle against Militarism 1912 Disarmament and Colonial Policy 1912 Victor Adler 1912 War And Revolution 1912 The Intellectuals and Party Principles 1912 Review of Algie Martin Simons Social Forces

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  • Clara Zetkin Internet Archive
    to the Junius Pamphlet May 1919 Karl Liebknecht September 1919 Rosa Luxemburg September 1919 Hail to the Third Socialist International 1919 In Defence of Rosa Luxemburg 1919 Through Dictatorship to Democracy 1919 The Situation in Germany 1920 Lenin on the Women s Question A May Day Message from Germany Clara Zetkin in Moscow Fraternal Greetings to the Communist Unity Convention 1920 The Struggle Against New Imperialistic Wars 1922 Organising Working

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  • James Connolly Internet Archive
    July Belfast Dockers Their Miseries and their Triumphs Irish Worker 26 August Walter Carpenter Free Irish Worker 2 September Direct Action in Belfast Irish Worker 16 September Visit of King George V 1912 An Exchange on Rome and Irish Catholics Catholic Times November Some Rambling Remarks Irish Worker Christmas number Belfast Labour Meeting Home Rule Bill resolution 1913 Belfast Municipal Elections January 1913 Dock Ward Election of a Councillor January British Labour and Irish politicians Forward 3 May Catholicism Protestantism Politics Forward 3 May Many Headed Opposition Forward 10 May The Awakening of Ulster s Democracy Forward 7 June The Larne Strike I Forward 14 June The Larne Strike II Forward 28 June July the 12th Forward 12 July North East Ulster Forward 2 August A Forgotten Chapter in Irish History Forward 9 August Belfast and Dublin To Day Forward 23 August The Dublin Lock Out On the Eve Irish Worker 30 August Press Poisoners in Ireland Forward 30 August Glorious Dublin Forward 4 October Documents for the Askwith Inquiry The Children The Irish Transport General Workers Union and the Archbishop Forward 1 November How to Release Larkin Irish Worker 1 November Importation v Deportation Irish Worker 8 November Irish Rebels and English Mobs Irish Worker 22 November A Titanic Struggle The Daily Herald 6 December Capitalist Dove of Peace Irish Worker 6 December Home Thrusts Irish Worker 6 December Arms and the Man Irish Worker 13 December Home Thrusts Irish Worker 13 December Irish Transport and General Workers Union To the Working Class of Dublin Irish Worker 13 December A Fiery Cross or Christmas Bells Irish Worker 20 December To the Linen Slaves of Belfast Manifesto of Irish Textile Workers Union 1914 Mr Murphy s Great New Year Speech Irish Worker 3 January A Lesson From Dublin Forward 2 February The Isolation of Dublin Forward 9 February The Lenten Pastorals A Challenge Irish Worker 28 February Labour and the Proposed Partition of Ireland Irish Worker 14 March The Outrages at Jacob s Irish Worker 14 March Industrial Unity and Political Division in Ireland Forward 21 March The War in Ulster Forward 28 March Ireland and Ulster An Appeal to the Working Class Irish Worker 4 April The Exclusion of Ulster Forward 11 April The Solidarity of Labour Forward 18 April Old Wine in New Bottles New Age 30 April Independent Labour Party of Ireland Ireland Upon The Dissecting Table April Changes Forward 9 May The Legacy Irish Worker 23 May The Problem of Trade Union Organization Forward 23 May The Liberals and Ulster Forward 30 May Address to the Delegates Irish Worker 30 May Yellow Unions in Ireland Forward 20 June Labour in the New Irish Parliament Forward 4 July The Latest Massacre in Dublin Forward 1 August The Carsonite Position Irish Worker 8 August Our Duty In This Crisis Irish Worker 8 August A Continental Revolution Forward 15 August The National Danger Irish Worker 15 August No Compromise No Conciliation Irish Worker 15 August A Martyr For Conscience

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  • Antonio Gramsci (1891-1937)
    Nuovo 4 March Unions and councils L Ordine Nuovo 5 March Italy and Spain L Ordine Nuovo 11 March Socialists and communists L Ordine Nuovo 12 March The Turin factory council movement L Ordine Nuovo 14 March 1921 England and Russia L Ordine Nuovo 18 March The italian parliament L Ordine Nuovo 24 March The Communists and the Elections L Ordine Nuovo 12 April 1921 The Elections and Freedom L Ordine Nuovo 21 April 1921 Elemental Forces L Ordine Nuovo 26 April 1921 Men of Flesh and Blood L Ordine Nuovo May 8 1921 The Old Order in Turin L Ordine Nuovo 18 May 1921 Socialists and Fascists L Ordine Nuovo 11 June 1921 Reactionary Subversiveness L Ordine Nuovo 22 June 1921 Referendum L Ordine Nuovo 29 June 1921 Leaders and Masses L Ordine Nuovo 3 July 1921 Bonomi L Ordine Nuovo 5 July 1921 The Arditi del Popolo L Ordine Nuovo 15 July 1921 The Development of Fascism L Ordine Nuovo 21 July 1921 Against Terror L Ordine Nuovo 19 August 1921 The Two Fascisms L Ordine Nuovo 25 August 1921 The Grimace of Gwynplaine L Ordine Nuovo 30 August 1921 The Agrarian Struggle in Italy L Ordine Nuovo 31 August 1921 The tactic of failure L Ordine Nuovo 22 September 1921 Those Mainly Responsible L Ordine Nuovo 20 September 1921 Parties and Masses L Ordine Nuovo 25 September 1921 Masses and Leaders L Ordine Nuovo 30 October 1921 1922 One Year The Alleanza del Lavoro A Crisis within the Crisis Lessons L Ordine Nuovo 5 May 1922 1924 Editorial March 1924 Leader Against Pessimism Gramsci to Togliatti Scoccimarro Leonetti etc 21 March 1924 The Programme of L Ordine Nuovo Problems of Today and Tomorrow Gramsci to Zino Zini 2 April 1924 Gramsci to Togliatti Scoccimarro etc 5 April 1924 The Como Conference Resolutions Gramsci s Intervention at the Como Conference The Italian Crisis Neither Fascism nor Liberalism Sovietism Democracy and Fascism The Fall of Fascism 1925 Report to the Central Committee 6 February 1925 Introduction to the First Course of the Party School Speech to the Italian parliament 16 May 1925 The Internal Situation in our Party and the Tasks of the Forthcoming Congress Elements of the Situation Maximalism and Extremism L Unità July 2 1925 Sterile and Negative Criticism L Unità September 30 1925 On the Operations of the Central Committee of the Party L Unità December 20 1925 1926 The Italian situation and the tasks of the PCI Lyons January 1926 The party s first five years L Unita 24 February 1926 A study of the Italian situation Report to Party Executive Commitee 2 3 August 1926 The peasants and the dictatorship of the proletariat L Unità 17 September 1926 Once again on the organic capacities of the working class L Unità 1 October 1926 We and the Republican Concentration L Unità 13 October 1926 Some aspects of the southern question Unfinished October 1926 Letter to Palmiro Togliatti October 1926 1928 Letter to Tania Schucht 2

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