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The First International and After

(Political Writings #3)

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s/t: Documentos, artiÂculos y cartas
Este volumen contiene importantes escritos redactados individual y conjuntamente por Marx y Engels en el transcurso de su actividad al frente de la Asociacion Internacional de Trabajadores
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Published May 4th 1993 by Penguin Classics
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Peter Harrison
Jul 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The final volume in the set of three covering Marx's "political" writings published by Verso, this covers the period of the First International. Similar to the first two volumes this shows Marx grappling with the tactical issues of the day. Although this means that many of the articles included in the book cover quite specific topics - and therefore might seem somewhat limited in more general interest - in fact they show Marx as anything but the doctrinaire ideologue he is often portrayed to hav ...more
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This is slightly better than the other 2 books in the collection, but most of it seems unimportant and adds nothing to any of Marx's theories. Half the book is basically report-backs on the situations in different parts of the world (meetings, meetings, meetings...).

One bit I did find interesting was the here-and-there remarks on Bakunin and the split in the First International. Obviously Marx is biased and won't paint Bakunin in a positive light, but I'm actually in agreement with a few of Marx
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In 1818, Karl Marx, descended from a long line of rabbis, was born in Prussian Rhineland. Marx's' father converted to Protestantism shortly before Karl's birth. Educated at the Universities of Bonn, Jena, and Berlin, Marx founded the Socialist newspaper Vorwarts in 1844 in Paris. After being expelled from France at the urging of the Prussian government, which "banished" Marx in absentia, Marx stud ...more

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